Just as the short stories in collections by Anton Chekhov, Flannery O'Connor, Grace Paley and Alice Munro are meant to be savored one small masterpiece at a time and not gobbled up indiscriminately like
Margaret Atwood has attended countless book-world events during her literary career, but last week she brought her star power to a fête for the film world – the annual gala of the Toronto Film Critics
It’s almost an understatement to say that Mark Twain is one of the greatest writers in American history. Born Samuel Clemens in Florida, Missouri, the man who would go by the pen name Mark Twain, was for
The dominance of three honours in the UK can be prohibitively expensive for small publishers, and end up discouraging risk-taking on ‘difficult’ authors Cutting-edge British literary fiction risks being
"The Handmaid’s Tale" author is worried about fake news and cyberbullying. Margaret Atwood knows about political tumult. Over 30 years ago, she wrote a classic book about a society’s quick slide into woman-oppressing
Germany withheld Adolf Hitler’s notorious memoir Mein Kampf from print for as long as legally possible, intent on keeping the dictator’s horrific legacy from maintaining a foothold in its post-war society.
Authors including Patrick Ness, Melvin Burgess, Tanya Landman, Louise O’Neill, Bali Rai, Candy Gourlay, James Dawson and Leigh Bardugo share the books they probably weren’t meant to read that either rocked
Cool, they flee war zones, but the problem ain't ours Even if our bombs landed on them like the Mayflower -- Riz MC, "Immigrants," Hamilton Mixtape In a just world, every single person who was in favor