Barnes and Noble plans to use signed, in-store editions to bring customers through the doors on Black Friday.
Daniel Handler puts his money where his mouth was, apologizes for racist remarks at National Book Awards.
Neil Gaiman and Daniel Handler had a contest to see who could give away the most free books in 30 minutes.
Racist-y Snicket, Le Guin's passion is a win, and Phil Klay takes home the biggie.
The classic Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell collaboration, 'Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark', is being adapted for film by a new screenwriter.
The new Paddington movie is denied the equivalent of a G rating because it contains "dangerous behaviour, mild threat, mild sex references and mild bad language."
After a period of controversy and questionable business practices all around, Hachette and Amazon sign eBook agreement.
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Rumors are flying about an Aunt May feature film.