The public just got a glimpse of the author's mysterious upcoming novel.
Donna Mabry, 72, has the top nonfiction Kindle Direct Publishing book of all time.
Mary Badham, who played Jean Louise Finch in the 1962 "Mockingbird" film, praises Harper Lee's new novel.
The Guardian and The Wall Street Journal have published the first chapter of Harper Lee's second novel.
At 85, the multi-talented Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Gary Snyder has a new book and shows little sign of slowing down.
10,000 French schoolchildren have signed a petition over a 'devilish' exam question about how characters cope with situations in the novel Atonement.
The Swiss tennis player is a transcendent moral force in a world of blood, sweat and brute effort according to his fans
Novelist JM Coetzee and clinical psychoanalyst Arabella Kurtz explore the nature of storytelling.
The prize goes out every other year to a living author whose work is widely available in English, whether written that way or translated.
The Future Library project will collect a story a year until 2114, when they will all be published.
What you need to know about Danielewski's 'Familiar: Volume 1' before diving in
Six novelists have chosen not to serve as literary hosts at the event because an award will be presented to 'Charlie Hebdo.'
Arnold convinced people who did not want to be photographed to let her into their lives.
The 2015 winners in journalism, books, drama and music are announced.
Bryan Burrough reconsiders the left's 1970s revolutionary underground in his new book, 'Days of Rage.'
The celebrated British author passed away after a battle with Alzheimer's disease, his publisher confirms.
The writer also talks about the origins of "Funny Girl" and what he learned from Tom Stoppard.