News by Kimberly Turner
Starting Wednesday, the public is invited to watch fantasy author Silvia Hartmann write a novel live on the internet in a project she calls The Naked Writer. Would you have the guts to do the same?
Philip Roth tries to correct Wikipedia inaccuracies about "The Human Stain" and is told he's not a credible source.
Penguin terminated a contract with author Kiana Davenport because she self-published a collection of short stories. Cue Amazon, offering a contract much more to her liking.
Amazon has some new eReaders and tablets coming out--and their flashy announcement overshadowed similar news from Kobo.
L.A based publishing veterans Nancie Claire and Rip George are turning to you to help finance their digital venture into crime fiction.
Want To Explore The Boston Of 'Infinite Jest'? Also, Bret Easton Ellis Not A Fan Of David Foster Wallace
William Beutler has created Infinite Atlas, an interactive guide to the Boston of David Foster Wallace's novel. Also, Bret Easton Ellis today launched a Twitter tirade against the late writer.
Ellory, a British crime writer, has been outed for writing praise-filled reviews of his own books under a fake name on Amazon--and slagging the books of his fellow authors.
More than 280 authors will be on the official program at the Brooklyn Book Festival, a yearly literary event that's scheduled for September 23rd.
This year's winners of the famed Hugo Award were announced this week at the 70th World Science Fiction convention.