Orson Scott Card’s anti-gay stance could affect promotion of ‘Ender’s Game’ by the media companies involved.
So, Bookish is about discovering new books, right? Well, so long as they’re books published by its backers…
Two weeks after the project's announcement, Gaiman delivers twelve diverse tales.
An expert in all-things "elementary" claims the author's relatives have no right to demand licensing fees, as the Holmes universe is now public domain.
The popular book review, listing and sharing site has banned sexual roleplay in its groups after evidence minors may have been involved.
A rare poem by 19th-century Scottish poet William Topaz McGonagall – widely agreed to be “the worst poet in English literature” — goes on sale in London this May.
The series, based on Thomas Harris's novels, will serve as a direct prequel to 'Red Dragon.'
U.K. vs. U.S.: competition brings up surprising differences in approach to book cover design.
Children's Author Terry Deary Says Libraries are Bleeding Writers and Publishers, Calls For Their End
The 'Horrible Histories' author thinks libraries have "had their day," and they should be laid to rest. Some questionable rhetoric follows.
Unashamedly homophobic author Orson Scott Card has been chosen to write a portion of an upcoming storyline in ‘The Adventures of Superman’, but the decision has sparked a backlash.