UpRise Books Project is on a mission to get banned and challenged books directly into the hands of underprivileged middle school and high school students.
On October 13th we begin The Play’s The Thing — a one year, roughly chronological exploration of the plays of William Shakespeare.
Gamification asks readers to solve problems, find clues, and achieve goals, but what happens to the reader who fails at these tasks?
The six finalists for the 2011 German Book Prize will learn who takes home the 25,000 euro award on October 10 at the start of the Frankfurt Book Fair.
For many readers something that is edifying is entertaining. They aren’t mutually exclusive. But you wouldn’t know that from some of the most popular translations.
Michael Reynolds, Editor-in-chief of Europa Editions, discusses Europa’s success publishing translations, its new Tonga imprint, and plans for expansion to the UK.
Publishing Perspectives editor Ed Nawotka shares his memories of September 11, 2001 and considers its impact on the publishing industry.
A review of Buzz Aldrin, What Happened to You in All the Confusion?, an impressive debut novel filled with exuberance that’s rare and a joy to experience.
My 11-year-old nephew is reading War and Peace. How did that happen? It all has to do with his parents and the way they inspired him from an early age.
Over 700 students from 27 countries took part in the Great Books Summer Program, where they connected themes of the great novels to deeper global issues.