The openly anti-gay author made his movie deal years ago -- and there's no backend in it
What's in a name? These well-known books got new names for their big screen adaptations.
George Saunders, James McBride, Elizabeth Graver among the authors up for the prize
The 'Lost' and 'Super 8' and 'It's not Khan I swear" creator came up with the idea though
James Greenberg talks with TheWrap about the biggest surprises in the book
Guest blog: Thanks for novelists like Phillips for getting down and dirty, which he does with aplomb in "Rake"
Author Kate Atkinson's novel tops the list of the half-year's best, which includes a Stephen King offering
E.L. James' erotic novel was only the fourth most-challenged library book in 2012, losing out to the "Captain Underpants" series and "The Absolutely True Diary...
Guest blog: The Fantasy novel realm is lacking American stories and American characters
William Boyd's James Bond novel will debut in the U.K. this September, followed by an October release in North America
Barnes & Noble plans to shutter stores over the next decade
Dan Brown's newest novel will be about Dante
One of our greatest living novelists consents to a rare Q&A
Katherine Boo wins for nonfiction, Louise Erdrich wins for fiction at the 63rd awards presented in New York City
Hilary Mantel receives the 2012 Man Booker Prize after winning the honor in 2009, making her the first woman to win twice
National Book Awards finalists also include Dave Eggers, Junot Diaz and Louise Erdrich
Publishers can now opt to include in the Google Library Project out-of-print books still protected under copyright, but the settlement doesn't affect Google's lawsuit with...
Neil Patrick Harris, star of Broadway, television and film, plans to release his memoir in 2014
Playwrights Christopher Durang, Will Eno and Adam Rapp are honored along with authors Susan Nussbaum and Vanessa Veselka
Guest Blog: Paul Alexander's "Southern Gothic" tells the story of a show-business family rocked by alcohol and struggle but comes to a satisfying conclusion
"The Hunger Games" came in second, followed by "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Jonah Lehrer’s brief, glittering career as a literary star is over. This Icarus of the literary digital age should have known better
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will halt all shipments of physical copies and take down e-book sales of "Imagine: How Creativity Works"
Here are six projects based on young adult novels that producers are betting can launch film franchises
Summer must-reads include Frank Langella getting frisky, Superman and Sonny Corleone's early years and the truth about restaurants from a NYC eatery king
The young-adult-targeted vampire books have sold more than 12 million copies in the U.S.
Zak Kadison's company, which has a first-look deal at Imagine Entertainment, will work with Random House to develop projects
The best reads run the gamut from sobering fact to daring fiction to poetry
It all began with a book signing at the Grove; now Rodion Nahapetov is adapting the famous American novel for Mike Medavoy
The social networking site "Pottermore" doesn't officially open until October -- already, it's so popular, users can't register