Think Before You Speak: 10 Words and Phrases with Potentially Offensive Origins

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky November 11, 2013
A list of everyday words and phrases you might want to avoid, just in case.

The Pen and the Sword: Ten Books That Instigate Conflict and Promote Peace

Column by Leah Dearborn November 8, 2013
Books are not always innocent creations. Time and again, the written word has helped to both inflame and resolve human conflicts.
Hitler Lived Until 1962 — Argentinian Journalist Cries ‘Plagiarism’

Hitler Lived Until 1962 — Argentinian Journalist Cries ‘Plagiarism’

News by Dean Fetzer October 28, 2013
Rumours of the survival of Hitler and Eva Braun have persisted since 1945, but the authors of the most recent outing called ‘Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler’ are now accused of stealing.
Bill O'Reilly kills Jesus

“God Told Me To Write About Jesus” - The Revelation of Bill O’Reilly

News by Dean Fetzer September 27, 2013
The author of ‘Killing Lincoln’ and ‘Killing Kennedy’ says the Holy Spirit gave him the title for his new book, ‘Killing Jesus’.

A Little Bit of History: Six World War II Books You Shouldn't Miss

Column by Leah Rhyne September 11, 2013
It's important to remember the past. Here are six books to help you remember World War II.
Rush Limbaugh Writes Kids Book

Rush Limbaugh Writes Time Travel History Book For Kids

News by Dean Fetzer September 6, 2013
The controversial conservative talk radio personality has written ‘Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans’.

Footnotes: Catch-22's Place in American History

Column by Ryan Peverly August 15, 2013
Despite a lackluster response to its initial publication, "Catch-22" went on to define a country's moral and political outlook.
Winnie the Pooh author AA Milne WWI propagandist

Author of Winnie the Pooh Wrote Propaganda During World War I

News by Dean Fetzer
A.A. Milne was widely considered a pacifist, but newly uncovered documents suggest he was recruited to a military propaganda group charged with putting a positive spin on the war at home in Britain.
Memoir of Anne Frank's Stepsister

Memoir of Anne Frank's Stepsister Highlights Survivor's Lives Post-Holocaust

News by Dean Fetzer
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".
Rare 1st Editions Saved From Nazi Bonfires

Saved From Nazi Bonfires, Rare First Editions Return to Austria

News by Dean Fetzer
A 14 year old boy who fled Austria in 1938 and took more than 50 books to England with him has returned them to his home country after 75 years.
Gene Weingarten picks story idea out of hat - literally

Pulitzer Winning Columnist Picks Story Subject Out of Hat

News by Dean Fetzer
An idea picked at random, Gene Weingarten’s new book ‘One Day’ will center on a single day in U.S. History.
Bestselling Hitler Satire Divides Critics

Bestselling Hitler Satire Divides Critics

News by Dean Fetzer February 6, 2013
Hitler as a modern day celebrity? A German bestseller suggests the great dictator could easily repeat his rise to power in the modern age.
Diary of Anne Frank Enhanced

Anne Frank's Diary Released as Enhanced eBook

News by Christopher Shultz
Since its original publication in 1947, the famous book has seen many incarnations, but this newest edition brings the story to the digital age.
'Ghost Dances' by Josh Garrett-Davis giveaway

UPDATED WITH WINNER -- Little Punk on the Prairie: Win A Copy of 'Ghost Dances' by Josh Garrett-Davis

News by Joshua Chaplinsky September 17, 2012
Win a copy of Josh Garrett-Davis' historical punk rock plains memoir, 'Ghost Dances: Proving Up on the Great Plains.'
O'reilly assassinates Kennedy assassination

Bill O'Reilly Announces Another Sure To Be Controversial Book About A Murdered President

News by John Jarzemsky February 16, 2012
Bill O'Reilly announces plans for another book about killing Presidents. Terrorist watch-list, anyone?
Khmer Rouge victims sell books at former prison

Victims of Khmer Rouge Torture Support Themselves Through Book Sales at Former Prison

News by John Jarzemsky
Two survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia make their living selling books at their former torture site.

Happy 400th, King James Bible! (and why you should care as a writer)

Column by Phil Jourdan November 29, 2011
This year the King James Bible turns 400 years old. Let's look back at how this monumental book came to be, and what it has meant for the literary world.
Bill O'Reilly's Lincoln book full of inaccuracies

UPDATE: Bill O'Reilly's Book About Lincoln Full Of Factual Inaccuracies

News by Rob Hart November 16, 2011
The National Parks Service has banned Bill O'Reilly's new book about Abraham Lincoln from the Ford's Theater bookstore, as it's full of factual inaccuracies.