News by Dennis Widmyer
For the first time in over a year, cult author and badass craft maestro Craig Clevenger ('The Contortionist's Handbook') unveils a new essay, in anticipation of his upcoming November class with us.
More than 12 million eBooks have been checked out from libraries so far this year, an increase of 200 percent over last year--and that number could climb to 16 million by year's end.
Is it possible that David Foster Wallace took some liberties with his non-fiction? Jonathan Franzen thinks so.
Authonomy, a HarperCollins project, announces they'll be publishing books, but is it really the kind of deal you want?
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
It's been a long time coming, but according to Ellis, Roger Avary's Adaptation of "Glamorama" is finally on its way.
A poll shows that residents of the United Kingdom are more interested in displaying classic works of literature, and less interesting in actually reading them.
Amazon continues their foray into the publishing industry with their seventh imprint, a sci-fi/fantasy/horror label by the name of 47North.
DC/Vertigo has secured to rights to Stieg Larson's Millennium Trilogy. Prepare for three years of graphic novel goodness.
Book publishers are working with authors to create Spotify playlists, featuring music that inspired their work.
Male librarians, seeking to dispel the stereotype of the old, uptight librarians, pose naked for a calendar that comes with the added bonus of raising money to support LGBT youth.