The critic, author and one of the 'great cultural middle-men of the 20th century' speaks to Nicholas Shakespeare.
'Mockingbird' is a nostalgic backward look rather than a prescription for action on racial injustice in the present.
The Guardian and The Wall Street Journal have published the first chapter of Harper Lee's second novel.
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.
Rowling's next novel, 'Career of Evil,' will be released this fall.
South Africans see the new 'Daily Show' host as a source of pride and hope.
At a Brooklyn Academy of Music event, the two famous authors wield words and imaginary swords.
The French nationalist leader reportedly had assigned reading from a tutor to appear more cultured.
The book is titled 'What Pet Should I Get' and was discovered by the late author's widow.
Gates Foundation recruits Pulitzer-winning writer, Academy Award-winning filmmaker and others for vaccination campaign.
On the occasion of Harper Lee's long-awaited second novel, read our 1961 story on the acclaimed author.
This is the first novel published by the reclusive author since the 1960 classic 'To Kill a Mockingbird.'
Shouts and murmurs at the Jaipur Literary Festival.
These men are not Lord Voldemort, despite the children, bookstore clerks and brother-in-laws who repeatedly mistake them as such.
Flying cars should be taking over any minute now, right?
A pro-government newspaper accused Orhan Pamuk and Elif Shafak of being part of an 'international literature lobby
Louise Glück, Evan Osnos and Jacqueline Woodson were also winners at the National Book Foundation's annual awards.
Harry Potter author goes into depth about Umbridge's time at the Ministry of Magic, her thoroughly unpleasant appointment at Hogwarts and her eventual trial and conviction upon Voldemort's defeat.