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.
The Diagram Prize has been awarded nearly every year since 1978 to titles of "unintentional oddness."
Revelations from the Harry Potter author's new story series.
Simon & Schuster will publish the collection in January. Seven "Notorious RBG" things to read, do, see or buy in the meantime.
Salaam Reads will publish titles ranging from picture books to young adult fiction starting in 2017.
Springsteen started writing "Born to Run" after his Super Bowl show in 2009, and it is due to be published published September 27.
A last-minute court decision allowed the Jaipur Literature Festival to go ahead, thus avoiding mayhem.
The "Harry Potter" author will be recognized at PEN's May gala for working to "create a better and more just world for our children."
From self-help guides through classic novels to illuminating autobiographies, our round-up of transformative tomes will capture every kind of reader.
Joyce Carol Oates's tweets have started to attract more attention than her books. We asked her why.
The book is selling at a dizzying pace following the Paris attacks.
The National Book Foundation also announces winners in poetry and young people's literature.
the Swedish Academy calls her work chronicling Soviet life "a monument to suffering and courage in our time."
"Between the World and Me" is among a list of candidates revealed Wednesday.
It's "disappointing and frankly shameful" to see the book industry exploit Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman," says the owner of Brilliant Books.
The critic, author and one of the 'great cultural middle-men of the 20th century' speaks to Nicholas Shakespeare.