See this year’s 50 best book designs.
Geoffrey Hill is the new Oxford professor of poetry.
An unpublished Mark Twain manuscript fetches $242,000 at auction.
Read about the great Shakespeare hoax.
Learn more about John Updike.
Tom Stoppard talks about his fear that the printed page is dying.
Watch a Malcolm Gladwell interview.
Mexican writer Carlos Monsiváis dies at 72.
Australian illustrator Freya Blackwood wins the Kate Greenaway medal.
Neil Gaiman defends the “story” in literary works.
Is the image of Dostoevsky too depressing?
Yann Martel continues to be criticized over his new book Beatrice and Virgil.
A Phillip K. Dick festival will take place this August.
Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love will be huge when it hits the silver screen.
Listen to clips from a David Foster Wallace interview.
After 69 years, Wonder Woman gets a new outfit.
Neil Gaiman is the first to win a Carnegie and a Newbury for a single book.
Print books win another round against digital.
Fox News considers Libraries a waste of tax-payer money.