The winner of the prestigious Man Booker literary prize will be announced in London on the evening of Oct. 16.
In Mary O'Connell's projected novel 'In the Rye,' a high school senior searching Manhattan for her vanished English teacher encounters Holden Caulfield.
Infinitum Nihi – Johnny Depp's new publishing imprint with partner HarperCollins – will publish titles including a Bob Dylan biography and a novel by Woody Guthrie.
Malaysian writer Tan Twan Eng: how to write historical novels that are also timeless.
Amazon has announced it will give Kindle owners refunds on past e-book purchases if a settlement with publishers accused of fixing prices is approved.
The E.B. White classic 'Charlotte's Web' – about a pig named Wilbur and his best friend, a spider named Charlotte – was published 60 years ago today.
A California school district committee is debating banning 'Different Seasons,' a story collection by Stephen King.
Lehane's 'Live By Night' will be one of Affleck's next projects and will be his second Lehane adaptation after 'Gone Baby Gone.'
In an interview with the BBC, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos confirmed what many surmised: Amazon is selling the Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire HD at cost.
Although she has not yet identified a publisher, former vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin says she is working with her family on a book about "where we get our energy and balance."
Madeline L'Engle's classic 'A Wrinkle in Time' has been adapted into a graphic novel by writer and illustrator Hope Larson, the creative force behind the graphic novel 'Mercury.'