This Saturday and Sunday, watch live interviews with author John Grisham, young adult novelist Kwame Alexander, novelist Sandra Cisneros, historian Michael Beschloss, commentator Rebecca Traister and more.
The founder of the creative writing program that inspired author Angie Thomas to write “The Hate U Give” remembers how the book started.
The 33rd annual Miami Book Fair, hosted at Miami Dade College, has gathered hundreds of authors and readers for a three-day event that lasts Nov. 18-20.
Watch interviews with Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates and more than a dozen other authors at the National Book Festival.
A fictional exploration of Britain's most famous family is written in the style of one of Shakespeare's history plays.
More than 500 authors are set to appear at the LA Times Festival of Books this weekend for one of the largest literary events of the year.
Peter Bergen studied how homegrown and self-radicalized terrorism develops in the U.S. for his new book "United States of Jihad: Investigating America's Homegrown Terrorists."…
"Theeb," a quietly stunning coming-of-age story set in the Bedouin culture of present-day Saudi Arabia, maps a young Bedouin boy's journey after he is left to care for himself.
What do dance and social justice have in common? “No Longer Silent,” a new piece from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, provides one answer.
Reginald Dwayne Betts grew up an honor student with hopes for college, but went to prison at 16 for carjacking, his first run-in with the law. Reading, and poetry in particular, became a comfort and gave him a new identity.
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