Vampires, dragons, and Hamlet? No. Awkward sex? Yes. The Poisoned Pencil and Carolrhoda Books are soliciting finished YA manuscripts. What they want might surprise you...
Hot on the heels of announcements earlier this month of new Kindles and Kobo devices, Barnes & Noble debuted some new hardware: A 7-inch Nook HD, and a 9-inch Nook HD+.
Stephen King's 1987 novel takes to the stage. Disfigurement, torment, pain pill addiction, and misused lawnmowers...all just in time for the holidays. It's a whole new approach to 'Misery.'
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Award-winning crime fiction writer Marcus Sakey will give 100 percent of profits from an eBook to Team Julian Foundation, dedicated to fight pediatric cancer.
The Scottish actor is playing Dain Ironfoot in 'The Hobbit'--but he's not exactly a big fan of the source material. And he's afraid of people who are.
Hernando "Nanie" Guanlao has brought the joys of reading to poor and working-class neighborhoods in the Philippines by turning his yard into an outdoor community library with no rules.
Billed as a social writing contest and modeled on American Idol, America's Next Author will win $5,000 and help with publishing a book. First and second runner up each get $500.
It's the ninth annual National Punctuation Day! Let's, uh, celebrate or something by creating some new punctuation marks with 'The New Yorker.'
The series would follow the three books del Toro wrote with Chuck Hogan, about scary-ass vampires and a nuclear holocaust and other cool stuff.
Jeff Noon's First New Novel In 10 Years Has Already Been Available For Over A Month-- What The Hell?!?!
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
'Channel Sk1n', Jeff Noon's first new novel in 10 years, is available now.