The Wall Street Journal has made an agreement with Nielson BookScan to include e-book best-sellers, even the self-published ones.
Just one week after announcing their own tablet to compete with the Kindle Fire, Kobo is getting in on Amazon's publishing turf, too.
Calling all hipster chicks! Soon you can dress up like Lisbeth Salander!
News by Craig Clevenger
Author Craig Clevenger ('The Contortionist's Handbook', 'Dermaphoria') returns with a new essay (his second) for LitReactor, in anticipation of his upcoming November class with us.
Books-A-Million is bucking the trend of the struggling bookstore, opening 41 new locations next month.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
The debate over the authorship of Shakespeare's plays rages on as "Anonymous" screenwriter John Orloff responds to Columbia Professor James Shapiro's blasting of the film.
Curse words in book titles are a little bit more mainstream than you might think. Will the fad last?
Edgar Allan Poe's Bronx home is undergoing renovations, although it's unclear when it will open for visitors.
Striking while the iron's hot, OR Books is set to take Occupy Wall Street to print.
The Chicago Tribune is considering a weekly literary section with reviews, original fiction, and articles about the local literary scene--at a cost of $2 per issue