"Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale."
The first volume of Barack Obama's memoir, "A Promised Land," is set for release this November.
Rowling's latest novel under the "Robert Galbraith" name features a male serial killer who wears a dress to kill his female victims. Amidst all the controversy surrounding Rowling's comments about trans-people, actor Robbie Coltrane has come to her defense.
"Terminal Boredom," which comes out April 2021, will mark the first time the author's work will be available in English.
New information released by the U.S. Small Business Administration showed that the Ayn Rand Institute received between $350,000 and $1 million.
From James Baldwin and Maya Angelou to contemporary writers such as Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jesmyn Ward, these are the authors to read right now.
"It isn't 'Harry Potter' and it doesn't include magic. This is an entirely different story."
Fans can hear the actor read the first chapter of the series on Spotify and the Harry Potter at Home website.
The current Broadway production of "The Inheritance," the two-part six-and-a-half-hour play by Matthew Lopez "that is inspired by the novel 'Howards End' by E. M. Forster" has potential audiences asking: Do you see both parts in one day or over two days?
Though she only lived to the age of 30, Sylvia Plath made an indelible mark on the literary world.
On National Read a Book Day, Newsweek looks at ten of the best reads of this year so far, from 'Black Leopard, Red Wolf' to 'Three Women.'
Diving into a new book doesn't have to mean a lengthy commitment.
The bestselling author during the World Cup, however, is a Kiev-born writer the Soviet Union tried to suppress.
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."
"There are still so many issues that women face in society that get covered up or go un-talked about," she said.
From a memoir of an upper-crust black family in Harlem, to a single-sentence Irish novel to an Obama conspiracy noir, the Brooklyn Book Festival had something for every taste.
Karl Ove Knausgaard takes a break from struggling with Autumn, the first in an impressionistic quartet
The unlikely pair have a novel titled "The President Is Missing" due out in June 2018.