Column by Peter Derk July 12, 2021
You're on a first date, someone tells you their favorite book. You walk out. Which book did they name?
Column by Peter Derk October 2, 2019
What was it? Why was it? How was it?
Column by Christopher Shultz September 25, 2015
Submitted for your reading and culinary pleasures, here are some TV/Movie-themed cookbooks that will either make you salivate or scratch your head.
Column by Leah Dearborn August 26, 2015
Every now and then a tidal wave comes along in book publishing. Big releases can sometimes act as a shot in the arm for struggling bookstores, and they’ve helped to keep a changing industry afloat.
Column by Cath Murphy August 19, 2015
Male writers might get more than their fair share of attention, but if being a woman is good enough for Joan Didion then it's good enough for me.
Column by Bart Bishop August 13, 2015
An exploration of the proliferation of fan fiction in the Internet age compared to earlier literary reimaginings of characters, with David Thomson's Suspects given particular attention.
News by Raine Winters June 11, 2015
Fifty shades of oops.
News by Peter Derk June 1, 2015
E L James announces new Grey book, this time from Christian's perspective.
Column by Cath Murphy February 19, 2015
The bestselling book is now a record breaking movie. Jane Austen, inventor of the Romance novel, decides if 'Fifty Shades of Grey' gives young women good advice on dating and relationships.
Column by Karina Wilson February 13, 2015
The inevitable adaptation of the publishing phenomenon hits theatres this week. Is it bad, bad-good, or good-good? How many beverages do you need to neck before viewing? Mistress Karina finds out.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky July 24, 2014
What is this tingling feeling in my—BLAAAAAAAAAAARG!
News by Peter Derk June 5, 2014
A writer of One Direction fanfiction has inked a 3-book deal with publisher Simon & Schuster.
Column by Rob Blair Young February 14, 2014
What well-crafted love stories manage to pull us in — without idolizing toxic relationship models? Here are some of the best and worst love stories of all time.
News by Dean Fetzer November 18, 2013
The ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ author admits she’s terrified about the movie version of her book and that she has a finished novel — but doesn’t say what it’s about or when it might be published.
News by Nathan Scalia October 7, 2013
The writers of Saturday Night Live explore some alternate casting possibilities for the Fifty Shades of Grey film.
News by Dean Fetzer August 14, 2013
Forbes’ list of the world’s top-selling authors is out this week, with the ‘Fifty Shades…’ author debuting at number one.
News by Christopher Shultz June 20, 2013
A much-coveted gig in Hollywood, sought by the likes of Gus Van Sant, has gone to a relative newcomer.
News by Dean Fetzer May 7, 2013
Philip Aidoo, a teacher at Eastern University Academy Charter School in Philadephia, bought James' book for the 14-year-old “after seeing it on his reading wish list”.
News by Christopher Shultz April 24, 2013
The filmmaker has eyes on bringing E.L. James' novel to the big screen, and he's got a steamy sex scene on camera to prove it.
News by Dean Fetzer April 16, 2013
In a list that usually includes Pulitzer-prize winners, this year’s most challenged book is... Captain Underpants?
News by Dean Fetzer February 28, 2013
Fans of the ‘Fifty Shades…’ trilogy are likely to be disappointed to hear that the author plans to move away from the series — she may even publish under a different name!
News by Dean Fetzer December 7, 2012
With 'Fifty Shades of Grey' sitting at the top of the bestseller list for 37 weeks, Random House has made a lot of money from the series - and they’re passing it on to their employees!
News by Dean Fetzer December 3, 2012
Yes, the end is nigh: the author of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' has been recognized for “making erotic fiction ‘hot’” by Publishers Weekly.
News by Dean Fetzer November 14, 2012
The UK’s annual National Book Award nominees have been announced, including the (perhaps) surprise inclusion of E. L. James.
News by Dean Fetzer November 7, 2012
Wearside Women in Need, a charity specialising in helping victims of abuse, has announced plans to use the best seller as compost and toilet paper, describing it as the best use of the paper.