Even fictional characters have a love of "Little Women."
Walker opens up about his new book, 'The Art of Noticing,' and innovation in the digital age.
How wonderful it is for the constant reader when the two opposed sorts of successful journeys - the actual and the imaginative - blend into a single experience.
Achebe is often called the "father of modern African literature" but was only belatedly recognized in the West.
The best-selling author of 'The Martian' on writing his second book, why he chose a female lead, and who might play his characters in the film.
"'Ooh, thanks,' she said, and blew me a kiss. I caught it and put it in my mouth. Nice."
They might help cure the malaise caused by "incompetent clowns in power" and by the opposition, which she says is "turning into a solipsistic personality cult."
"Artemis," a thriller set in the near future in the first city on the moon, is due out in November. Movie rights have reportedly been acquired.
The unlikely pair have a novel titled "The President Is Missing" due out in June 2018.
These Hillary Clinton supporters born before suffrage lived through the Great Depression, World War II, the fight for civil rights. Now, they face Trump.
The story behind Tolkien's first tale of Middle-earth, which is receiving a new release in May.
Arthur and his knights have shaped the modern representation of modern heroes.
The "Bad Feminist" and "Difficult Women" author pulled her forthcoming "How to Be Heard" from Simon & Schuster for giving Yiannopoulos a platform.
The site's new Book Marks project aims to be the "Rotten Tomatoes" of literature.
Writer Lucy Jones reveals that even a young Roald Dahl thought foxes were fantastic.
Girls Write Now, a writing and mentoring nonprofit for underserved girls in New York City, releases its annual anthology.
Profits from her compilation of old diary entries will go toward the girls' writing and mentoring organization.
Lenny will publish Jenny Zhang's book of short stories, "Sour Heart."
Additional winners include 'The Sympathizer' by Viet Thanh Nguyen in fiction and the Associated Press in the public service journalism category.