A study conducted by a Brigham Young professor found that obscenity is rife in some teen novels and that characters who swear tend to be portrayed as more attractive and popular.
Neil Gaiman told students at the University of the Arts: 'Old rules are crumbling and nobody knows what the new rules are, so make up your own rules.'
Elaine Pagels, author of 'Revelations: Visions, Prophecy, and Politics in the Book of Revelation,' talks about the enduring vision of the Book of Revelation.
PBS documentary 'Guilty Pleasures' looks at the romance novel – one of the most popular literary genres on the planet.
The book, by former NYT Magazine editor Edward Klein, makes Jodi Kantor’s “The Obamas” 'feel like a neighborly visit.'
Jean Craighead George, author of 'My Side of the Mountain' and 'Julie of the Wolves,' was often praised for her detailed descriptions of wildlife.