News by Dean Fetzer
Google has put a special demo together for its Google Docs application, allowing you to collaborate with (dead) famous authors, poets and playwrights.
Column by Rajan Khanna September 12, 2012
A look at classic fantasy works and some modern counterparts that deal with similar themes.
News by Kimberly Turner
Archaeologists have unearthed the well-preserved remains of the Curtain Theatre, where Shakespeare's company debuted works such as 'Henry V' and 'Romeo and Juliet' before moving to The Globe.
News by John Jarzemsky
Scholars have long suspected that some of Shakespeare's plays were co-written by other authors. Researchers at Oxford have named Thomas Middleton as a collaborator on "All's Well that Ends Well".
Column by Taylor Houston April 23, 2012
Books are the best! So let's celebrate them today--a day marked by literary history!
Column by Meredith Borders February 10, 2012
The antihero is complex and unknowable, and because of that, he is fascinating in ways a pure hero or villain could never be. Read on for ten of the greatest antiheroes in literature.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky October 27, 2011
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.