More than 9,000 entries later, NPR urges a new group of listeners to try their hands at very short fiction.
A sports and shopping mall magnate becomes the unlikely owner of feisty Kirkus Reviews.
A new campaign urges the over-60 crowd to explore the writer within.
Authors caught in the crossfire wonder, "How long can this last?"
A court finds that, in writing about a wrongful conviction in "The Innocent Man," author John Grisham did not libel public officials.
Four of this year's 10 Oscar nominees for best film come from books.
A big publisher fights back, Amazon gives in, and e-book prices go up. But what does it mean in the long run?
J.D. Salinger, creator of Holden Caulfield, has died at the age of 91. What is his legacy?
Prolific writer and close class observer Louis Auchincloss dies at the age of 92.
Exactly as predicted, Rebecca Stead ("When You Reach Me") and Jerry Pinkney ("The Lion & the Mouse") took top honors.