A collection of essays that examine all manner of things spiritual.
Author Carl Hiaasen talks about his golf game.
Comic book publishers hope the iPad will promote a return to the golden era of comic book reading.
New Yorker editor David Remnick examines Barack Obama’s unprecedented political odyssey.
Warning: This case is "more addictive than crack."
A chance to see the sketches behind the work of comic book master Alex Ross.
If you think the New York-Boston rivalry is intense today, take a look at the summer of 1949.
Ella Mae Johnson shares the wisdom garnered in more than a century of courageous and generous living.
The first reviews on the iPad are in and when it comes to e-books, well, the verdict is mixed.
Memoirist and essay writer Phyllis Theroux tracks six eventful years of her own life.
What's selling best in independent bookstores across America.
The autobiography of 32-year-old Mosab Hassan Yousef, the eldest son of Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef, is packed with real-life drama.
A new Twilight book and a redesigned look for Harry Potter should spell good news for book sales.
What was life like in first-century Palestine? Author Scott Korb says that – in many ways – it was not very different from the world today.
Antiwar protesters rush the stage at Karl Rove's Beverly Hills book signing.