WHAT: A screening of the first episode arc of the '90s PBS show Ghostwriter, which was both ahead of its time and completely
“My first novel was published in 1993 and I noticed it wasn't treated the same ways as books by peers: different treatment
Paul Burston, the creator of the Polari Literary Salon in London, has, through sheer charm, hard work and diligence, transformed the possibilities of what a literary event should be: a space crackling with energy, ideas, excitement, raucousness and just plain ole fun.
Sore Winners, Sulky Losers and Sour Grapes of Wrath -- MLPC Author Gets the 2013 Prestigious Prize for Distinguished Non-Fiction
My Little Publishing Company plans to single-handedly bring back the prestige of literary prizes.
We aren't disappointed. Glück comes up with a new collection every few years, once she's past a major milestone in life, a
The Man Booker longlist, announced last week, included four first-time novelists. This week we talk to all four about the
One of the most difficult aspects of being a judge for the Man Booker Prize, as I discovered in 2008, becomes apparent when
The 2011 Forward prize shortlist has been announced. It's an anniversary year: the prize is celebrating its 20th birthday