The novelist is at it again, sticking his oar in about digital media — he shared his views in a recent interview.
In anticipation of the new translation of 'Colourless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage', The New Yorker has published a new story by the Japanese author.
With a new book and a gallery show coming up soon, Ralph Steadman, friend and collaborator of the gonzo journalist, reveals they didn’t exactly hit it off on their first meeting.
The Nobel Prize for Literature winner cited health reasons as the determining factor.
A report in the Boston Globe says that kids growing up with the digital technology of tablets and smartphones “are having a problem learning how to use QWERTY keyboards”.
Aaron Stanton finds a wealth of potentially offensive content available through Amazon, Google Play, and Barnes & Noble.
The Crime Writers’ Association has asked its 600-strong membership to choose the ‘finest published example of literary sleuthing’ in a new poll with a shortlist including Agatha Christie and Chandler.
Similar to a Redbox machine, the small structure will offer library card holders access to 400 books, movies, and CDs.
With the likes of George Saunders and Thomas Pynchon making the cut, this year's list of NBA finalists is a strong one.