David McCullough's next book will find him on new ground.
Gloria Naylor, whose debut novel "The Women of Brewster Place," became a best-seller, a National Book Award winner and a TV miniseries released through Oprah Winfrey's production company, has died at the age of 66.
One of literature's most talked-about mysteries appeared to have been cracked Monday with the unmasking of the identity of the Italian publishing sensation Elena Ferrante.
Ayesha Curry remembers the first meal she cooked for her ultra-popular NBA player-husband Stephen Curry: a baked chicken dish. But the meal Stephen whipped up for his chef-wife wasn't as tasty.
An elf school in Iceland. A hospital for falcons in the Middle East. A museum in Independence, Missouri, for artwork made from hair.
Best-selling children's book author and illustrator Anna Dewdney, who gained fame with her series of Llama Llama stories, has died at age 50.
Joyce Carol Thomas, a prize-winning children's author and champion of multiculturalism, has died. She was 78.
Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson went to Idaho to write about literary icon Ernest Hemingway and decided to take a piece of his hero home with him -- a set of trophy elk antlers.
Thomas Steinbeck, the eldest son of Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck and a prominent author and screenwriter in his own right, died Thursday at his Santa Barbara home. He was 72.
It's been 10 years since best-selling author Amy Krouse Rosenthal impressed critics and readers alike with her memoir, "Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life." Now she's stretching the boundaries with a groundbreaking new twist on the traditional literary experience.