Three stories by Salinger printed in 1940s magazines have now been collected into print, e-book, and audio format. Devault-Graves Agency co-founder Tom Graves says it's the first time a Salinger work has legally appeared in electronic format.
Joanna Rakoff, author of ‘My Salinger Year,’ says her contact with J.D. Salinger left her feeling that 'he was very different from this popular portrayal of him.'
In the Penguin Cup, writers from 16 countries are playing in imaginary match-ups.
A Vermont teacher heard many stories about Salinger, from a student who often watched "Jeopardy!" with him to the author's love of church suppers.