The 2015 Nobel Prize for Literature has been awarded to Belarusian journalist and author Svetlana Alexievich.
A Texas textbook published by McGraw-Hill described US slaves as ‘workers,’ prompting massive protests on social media and promise of a change.
The book blurb is one of the longest-running conventions in publishing and is largely a favor passed among writers and friends. But do they sell books?
According to reports in The Bookseller, many Waterstones bookstores have removed the Amazon Kindle from their shelves because of poor sales of the device.
John McGlynn of the Lontar Foundation discusses the decade-long journey Indonesia took to becoming the 2015 Guest of Honor at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
One of Germany’s leading literary critics, Hellmuth Karasek, died on September 29, 2015. He was 81 years old.
After snapping up most of Murakami’s latest book to thwart Amazon, Kinokuniya bookstore chain plans to try monopolizing more titles.
A new series of ‘translations’ of Shakespeare’s plays will change the language to contemporary, colloquial English — losing something essential to the text.
HarperCollins today announced that it will be continuing the expansion of its Global Publishing Program with the creation of HarperCollins Italia.
The winner of the German Book Prize, Germany’s most prestigious literature award, will be chosen from these six shortlisted novels just before the Frankfurt Book Fair.