Acclaimed Russian poet Yevgeny A. Yevtushenko, whose work focused on war atrocities and denounced anti-Semitism and tyrannical dictators, has died. He was 84.
Publishing a novel is a gamble. Novelists depend on word of mouth, retailers, book clubs, prizes and reviews. They may also experience a contradictory mixture of high expectations and anxiety, and this is true even for successful authors like Sean Wu (伍臻祥). The China Post met with the Taiwanese novelist, who this month published his first English novel "The Manchurian God." The following is an edited transcript of our conversation.
A cosplayer smiles in one of the exhibition halls during the Manga-Comic-Con at the International Book Fair in Leipzig, Germany, Saturday, March 25.
Taiwanese-American author Shawna Yang Ryan talks feminism, being lumped in with Amy Tan, returning to Taiwan and her latest work, "Green Island."
Bill Walsh, a copy editor at The Washington Post whose witty blog and books about grammar, spelling and capitalization made him a popular voice on language, has died.
Ivana Trump, the first wife of President Donald Trump, is writing a memoir that will focus on the couple's three children.
A book that examines the history of a longtime glass manufacturing company and the corresponding changes of an American city is the latest best-seller to explore economic and social trends in the country through the lens of Ohio communities.
The wizarding world held a reunion of sorts Wednesday as some veterans of the blockbuster "Harry Potter" film series gathered at the site just north of London where the films were made.
In 2006, Jack Dorsey founded a company to realize a long-held idea. Today, that company, which counts U.S. President Donald Trump among its most loyal fans, has turned hundreds of millions of people around the world into commentators. Yes, that company is Twitter.
The award-winning children's novelist Paula Fox, known for frankly exploring abandonment and loss, has died in New York.