A campaign titled Let Books Be Books has received the support of authors, a newspaper, and bookseller Waterstones, and the related petition has garnered more than 4,000 signatures.
J.K. Rowling and other authors are selling first-edition copies of their books with annotations, written thoughts on the book, and/or illustrations to benefit the writers' organization English PEN.
A growing number of public and college libraries are deciding to remove paper-and-ink books from their shelves.
Author G.P. Taylor says 'children's literature has gone too far' and advocates a ratings system like that for movies or video games.
A Booker International Prize judge quits when the award goes to Philip Roth.
Philip Pullman, author of "The Golden Compass," says his new book has provoked "scores" of angry and threatening letters.