From a new museum honoring American writers to Bill Clinton’s next book deal, here’s the latest literary news.
From a new Amazon Books location to Sony's Wheel of Time adaptation, here's the latest literary news.
From Beverly Cleary's 101st birthday to the connection between politics and reading preferences, here's the latest literary news.
From Amazon's move into the Middle East to a long-overdue library book, here's the latest literary news.
From the battle to save Langston Hughes' house to The Luminaries being made into a mini series, here's the latest literary news.
From #Brexit to Barnes & Noble's major financial hit, here are some of last week's most important literary stories:
This past week, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. The referendum (often referred to as "Brexit") took place on June 23.
When I was a kid, I loved the Barnes & Noble in Seattle’s University Village. It was one of Barnes & Noble’s flagship stores, at that time the largest bookstore I’d ever seen: forty-six thousand square feet over two floors. I spent hours in its expansive science fiction and
Barnes & Noble may soon be extending its reach. CEO Ron Biore recently told Alexandra Alter at the New York Times that the company is looking to offer more games, toys, and small gifts in the future, sparking concern that the retailer would slowly move away from its core offering: books. There’s
Amazon is suing over one thousand people who used Fiverr, the odd-jobs website for digital tasks, to offer paid fake product reviews at the site. The lawsuit alleges that “defendants are misleading Amazon’s customers and tarnishing Amazon’s brand for their own profit and the profit of a handful of dishonest
Many businesses have sought creative ways to keep customers incentivized to return because there are so many options for shopping around. Publishers are no different. Harlequin, the famed romance novel imprint of Harper, is turning to a new reader rewards program as a way to keep readers loyal in the