Author Taiye Selasi brings to light the experiences of an African immigrant in her new novel "Ghana Must Go".
According to a new study, researchers have found that authors of the 20th century tend to express emotions far lesser than books written in previous centuries.
Three independent US bookshops have accused Amazon and six other major publishing houses of creating an e-book monopoly which is destroying other booksellers.
DC Comics has received heavy criticism for their decision to have anti-gay writer Orson Scott Card write the new "Superman" series
Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. John Borling has released a book of poems titled "Taps on the Walls: Poems from the Hanoi Hilton" which contains poems that he compiled and memorized during his 6 years in prison.
Camilla Long took home this year's "Hatchet Job of the Year Award" for her review of Rachel Cusk's memoir of her divorce, "Aftermath"
Author Nicholas Sparks, whose latest novel "Safe Haven" has recently been turned into a film, talks about the movie, love, life and his inspirations.
The Wall Street Journal released documents that suggest that the accuracy of author Truman Capote's "non-fiction" novel "In Cold Blood" might not be completely correct.
Award-winning Satirist Yan Lianke is of the opinion that Chinese authors are avoiding their responsibilities and should take up topics that bring about social reforms.
Timur Vermes's debut novel "He's Back (Er Ist Wieder Da)" tops bestselling lists in Germany but has received mixed reviews from critics.
The publication of Lawrence Wright's latest book on Scientology "Going Clear" is being held up in Canada until the publishing house receives results from a legal review.
Stephen King makes his return to the world of horror fiction novels with a sequel to "The Shining" which has been titled "Doctor Sleep."
Zac Unger's new novel "Never Look a Polar Bear in The Eye" reveals polar bears are not in a condition as being portrayed.
Sam Sheridan's "Disaster Diaries" is all about the end of the world and how people should stop worrying about it and start learning how to survive the Apocalypse.
A draft of Siegfried Sassoon's "Atrocities" has been found with a letter to the poet's friend revealing the poet cut out and toned down few lines in the published version of the poem.