A new book by Eva Schloss, the girl who grew up with Anne Frank, talks about surviving life after Auschwitz and the "consequences of prejudice".
First published in the U.S. in 1943, the children's book by famous french aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry celebrates its birthday with a special edition.
Following the U.S.'s suit, European anti-trust authorties green-lit the mega-deal. What countries will be next?
In another strange turn, the shortlist for this year's award, ”chosen by a panel comprised mostly of women,” is exclusively male.
This is one of the funniest things the internet has to offer right now.
Google Poetics is a tumblr blog finding poetry in the automatic suggestions that appear in Google’s search box.
With less than a year to live, the author plans to retire, spend time with family, and travel.
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Medallion Press has acquired the anthology, edited by Palahniuk, Richard Thomas, and Dennis Widmyer. 'Burnt Tongues' will include an intro from Palahniuk and 20 awesome stories.
For a novel that Norman Mailer once said he “would not have changed two words” of, it’s obvious Capote did: Holly Golightly wasn’t the heroine's original name.
Now in it's 20th year, PW's annual award goes to a little shop frequented by a famous author.