Want to be a fly on our bookshelf? These are the novels, short stories, essays and cookbooks that writers and editors are reading this year.
The ex-Minneapolis cop apparently prepared for the possibility he'd be hauled out of court in handcuffs.
“When the surgeon tells you the best way to ensure you will be alive in five years is to remove your entire nose ― well, ‘shocking’ doesn’t begin to cover it.”
The horror author had to make some edits to his latest work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The late American novelist shared career lessons that we can all learn from.
Being a journalist in 2018 has felt a lot like climbing a building while the nation watches, waiting for you to fall.
The Harry Potter author joked about preserving Trump's tweets as "an amazing resource for a writer."
After flipping through "Fifty Shades of Grey" at a bookstore, I thought, “Hey, I can write this crap.”
"Every voice needs to be heard. I hope we get there eventually."
The author's books were the spark of a movement in my evolution as an artist that took me away from shame and toward confession.