A fun video urging you to go green by shopping at your local, independent bookstore: "Keep it Local."
Canadian SF giant, Phyllis Gotleib, has died at age 82 after a long and prolific career.
Charles N. Brown, co-founder and editor of SF journal Locus, has died at age 72.
The art of timing e-book releases.
DFW's Brief Interviews with Hideous Men is being adapted to film, set for September and directed by John Krasinski of The Office.
Communities have often been built around writing and it was only a matter of time before this one started, unemployment blogs.
Boyd Morrison, an indie author for Kindle, has sold his first book to S&S.
Hemingway was a KGB spy. Nope, not kidding.
Hugh Hefner, of Playboy fame, has bought up the first serial rights to Nabokov's last novella, to be published by Knopf.
Think all the MJ literature came out a bit fast? Two Chinese authors churned out a bio in 48 hours!
Can't get enough of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? Your next fix will be Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters.
Believe it or not, even genre fiction has its undervalued artists.
Forks, WA vs. Twilighters
The Vatican has embraced Oscar Wilde. That was fast, it only took a century.
A handful of poets were asked which words they hate the most. What are yours?
Philip Pullman, of the His Dark Materials trilogy, refused to take the "insulting" pedophile test.