Hemingway’s celebration of Paris in the 1920s, A Moveable Feast, has hit the top of the French bestseller lists following this month’s terror attacks.
Part 2 of an interview with writer and editor John Freeman, in which he discusses publishing several books and launching his own journal, Freeman’s.
The shortlist for the 2015 Bad Sex in Fiction Award features several A-list names, led by Morrissey, Erica Jong and Lauren Groff.
Writer and editor John Freeman discusses his transition from book criticism to editing Granta, and now, to launching his own journal, Freeman’s.
The foundation that holds the copyright to The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank plans to add her father as a co-author to extend the term of copyright.
Mexican author Fernando del Paso wins the Cervantes Prize, considered the most prestigious literary award in the Spanish language.
Monique Schwitter has won the 2015 Swiss Book Prize for her book, One in the Other. She will receive 30,000 Swiss francs in prize winnings.
Government support for independent publishers is an essential public good because indie publishers provide an essential public service, argues Manuel Rico.
Book Riot’s free-flowing celebration of the book in New York earlier this month featured Margaret Atwood and drew literati from across the tri-state region.
Jeremy Boraine, publishing director of Jonathan Ball Publishers, offers five reasons why books are so expensive in South Africa.