Canadian website 49th Shelf has started a 'read local' campaign, urging readers to adopt the '100-Mile Book Diet.'
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Ford talks about his new novel "Canada," his memories of the late Raymond Carver, and how art makes life.
Gov. John Lynch vetoed a bill that would have allowed J.D. Salinger's family to control his identity for 70 years after his death.
The app and desktop program 'Write or Die' fights procrastination by deleting text or making obnoxious noises when writers fail to buckle down.
The website Teach.com offers a handy flowchart that lets users shift through 101 titles and find one to match their interests.
The intensely private Thomas Pynchon has resisted the electronic format for his books – until now.