Linda Coverdale Wins Share of International Impac Dublin Literary Award: 'Sir Linda' wins share of the world's richest literary prize for her translation of 'This Blinding Absence of Light' by Tahar Ben Jelloun
Heavyweight political pundits weigh in on Ronald Reagan's legacy: Ron Suskind, Linda Chavez, Maureen Dowd, Donna Brazile and P.J. O'Rourke share memories, anecdotes, and political insights
Bill Clinton to join 500 authors and 27,000 book professionals at BookExpo America 2004: Former U.S. President to deliver keynote address at publishing industry's annual convention and introduce his new book, My Life
William Langewiesche says Baghdad is dangerous, but 'not scary': Veteran reporter for the Atlantic Monthly offers rich portrait of an occupied city
Ann Patchett's Bel Canto voted one of top ten in fiction of last five years: BookSense celebrates 5th Birthday by picking Anne Patchett's novel as one of the best since organization's inception; Patchett's new book is true story
Sherman Alexie tells it like it is: Award-winning novelist, poet, screenwriter, recording artist, and stand-up comic Alexie Sherman launches new collection of short stories at BookExpo America
AirAmerica Takes Off with Al Franken Onboard: AirAmerica takes off with Al Franken onboard; book still flying high on bestseller lists
Laurie King Keeping Watch: Laurie King mystery being made into a CBS Sunday Night Movie; new mystery is #14 on New York Times bestseller list
James Patterson does it again: Another year, another big bestseller by James Patterson
Monica Wood, Any Bitter Thing.
Monica Wood celebrates the publication of her third novel, Any Bitter Thing with a reading at Longfellow Books in Portland Maine.
Joyce Carol Oates reads from Lovely, Dark, Deep at the 2014 Miami Book Fair International.
Prolific, award-winning author Joyce Carol Oates reads from her Pulitzer Prize nominated collection of short stories, Lovely, Dark, Deep at the Miami Book Fair.
Aaron Bobrow-Strain offers a cautionary tale of how food activism run amock gave rise to White Bread.
Food activist and artisanal bread maker Aaron Bobrow-Strain tells the cautionary tale of how well-meaning food activists set the table for factory-made white bread.
Deborah Wiles brings home the sixties with her National Book Award Finalist: Revolution.
Two-time National Book Award Finalist offers a taste of her latest YA novel, Revolution, the second book in 'The Sixties Trilogy' at the 2014 Miami Book Fair International.