George Orwell's "1984" has gone from required reading to desired reading.
A former special agent who once helped capture the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo is working on a book.
Angered with her publisher for giving a platform to the "blunt, inelegant hate" of far-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, author Roxane Gay has withdrawn a planned book with Simon & Schuster.
Before winning the most prestigious prize in children's literature, Kelly Barnhill took a little detour.
Colson Whitehead's latest honor is a thank-you from the country's libraries.
When author Crystal Wilkinson of Kentucky learned she won the 2016 Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence, she said she reverted to her 12-year-old self, shrieking and squealing with glee.
The publisher of Monica Crowley's "What the (Bleep) Just Happened?" said Tuesday it is halting sales of the book, pending the "opportunity" for the aide to President-elect Donald Trump to revise her text.
Tintin has discovered his inner Rambo and is ready to give Russian bully boys a taste of their own medicine in a book which will go on sale in France Wednesday.
Nat Hentoff, an eclectic columnist, critic, novelist and agitator dedicated to music, free expression and defying the party line, died Saturday at age 91.
J.K. Rowling is not done with the story of "Fantastic Beasts."