Are mash-ups junk lit or do they drive young readers to the classics?
An artist’s attack on a painting in the National Gallery is linked to the story of a 19th-century Impressionist painter.
Edwidge Danticat and Simon Winchester appeal for help to Haiti.
A dark, sharp addition to the ranks of fiction set in high school.
1/14/10 Monitor Books podcast, including a discussion of recent books made into movies and an interview with author Jayne Anne Philllips
1/14/10 bestseller lists based on reporting from independent bookstores
Why one cook prefers to work with old-style cookbooks.
From Bill Clinton to Vince Lombardi, a collection of the best from journalist David Maraniss.
A writer spent a year asking herself: What would Oprah do?
Miep Gies, one of the heroes who sheltered the Frank family, always insisted that she did nothing out of the ordinary.
Is China set to displace the US as the new global superpower?
"Game Change" by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann offers more heat than light.
How short can you tell it? Your life in just six words
A sports journalist highlights all that is best in the NBA.
Yoko Ono says her next book will be a memoir, to be published in 2015.