New Line Cinema has reportedly purchased the rights to a script about the life of the 'Wizard of Oz' author.
The show airs its mid-season finale on Sept. 27 and there are eight episodes remaining in its first season.
'Maze' author James Dashner says a new book will be published in 2016.
In his book 'Flight 232,' writer Laurence Gonzales tells the story of how regular citizens made a huge difference when a plane en route from Denver to Chicago ran into trouble.
After a writer floated the idea of an authors' residency program on trains, Amtrak has invited 24 writers to ride the rails.
Critics of the story are saying it's 'in unquestionably bad taste' and 'dangerous.' In the piece, Mantel imagines the assassination of the former prime minister. 'I am concerned with respect. I'm not concerned with taste,' she says..
Isis Books and Gifts owner Karen Harrison says some social media commentators have urged the store to change its name, while others would rather see them stand firm.
Banned Books Week is being held this year from Sept. 21 to Sept. 27.
UK children’s laureate Malorie Blackman faced racist comments after Sky News misquoted her as saying there were 'too many white faces' in children's literature. Now young adult author James Dawson has stepped into the fray, saying, "Malorie did not say there are too many white faces in children’s books, but I will.... Put that on Sky News.”
Ben Fountain's novel about soldiers who served in Iraq has been both a critical and popular success.
'Factory Man,' a nonfiction work by Beth Macy, is the story of a Virginia businessman who fought against outsourcing.
Amis's French and German publishers passed on his novel about the Holocaust, but another French company will be releasing the book and Amis's agent said there will most likely be a new German publisher that is willing to publish it.
A panel of experts commissioned by a liberal advocacy group found passages that claimed segregated schools weren't all that terrible, while conservatives object to content in the textbooks that they say is anti-American and pro-Muslim.
Works that were nominated include 'The Innovators,' by Walter Isaacson and 'Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?' by Roz Chast for the nonfiction prize as well as 'All the Light We Cannot See,' by Anthony Doerr and 'Station Eleven,' by Emily St. John Mandel for the fiction award.