The found notes sold for 10 times the guide price on the U.S. market.
Column by Rob Hart
Debut father and debut novelist Rob Hart talks to other parent-writers about baby-proofing bookshelves, finding time to write, and how to keep proprieties in order.
Interview by Karina Wilson
Cities across the world are appointing official city poets as a badge of civic pride. Passing fad, or permanent shift in the landscape? West Hollywood's Steven Reigns gives us the skinny.
Column by Cath Murphy
People say they write for lots of reasons. All of them are lying. All of them are wrong.
Column by Rajan Khanna
Rajan Khanna's first novel, 'Falling Sky', sold without an ending. Here are some lessons learned from the novel's conception through its publication.
Submissions will focus on “American identity in a global age.”
Column by Leah Dearborn
Every now and then a tidal wave comes along in book publishing. Big releases can sometimes act as a shot in the arm for struggling bookstores, and they’ve helped to keep a changing industry afloat.
… and the world wants to know who will play Shadow Moon!
News by Peter Derk
Recently-uncovered documents outline the 10-year FBI investigation into Ray Bradbury.