A sad day for speculative fiction.
At the annual Book Expo America, the comedian brought the laughs, but it was author Barbara Kingsolver who captivated the audience.
The inaugural edition of an occasional series in which famous people tell us how they spent their week in pop culture.
A look at The Art of Robert Frost by Tim Kendall.
The buyer understandably wishes it hadn't cost quite so much.
Updated for "our digital world."
Five books to look forward to this summer.
Thesaurus.com is E.L. James's dominant.
With a movie to follow, presumably.
He says everyone was "lovely."
Mississippi moms, too.
All 8,500 words of it.
Confused Leo, and other observations.
That is a lot of emoticons!
"Oh-so-happy trail." Touché.
There goes your bath!
The fanfic-to-film trend has arrived.
After thirteen books.
You still have a chance!
Someone make this book happen! (On second thought, don't.)
A book, not a movie. At least not yet.
He will never be forgotten, because he was so cool.
And one of them is for kids!
Book critic Kathryn Schulz on the man behind a whole raft of beastie boys.
The books of Sendak, who died today at 83, are as universal a staple of early childhood as a pacifier or a tantrum.