Today is super Thursday, the publishing industry’s biggest day of pre-Christmas book launches.
Headed by Baroness Lola Young, a group of judges made up of acclaimed authors and artists have selected the best fiction novels of 2017.
When Amazon first announced the Kindle, there were plenty of people filled with doom and gloom.
Book to screen adaptations are always a touchy subject.
Crowds gathered in King’s Cross Station this morning to await the departure of a fictional train.
There’s plenty of authors heading down to the National Book Festival on 2nd September.
The first screen adaptation of JK Rowling’s Cormoran Strike novels will be screened this weekend.
The annual Jackson Hole Economics Symposium in Wyoming kicks off today — a yearly event, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, to discuss important global economic issues.
On this day, way back in 1903, Joseph Pulitzer donated $1m to Columbia University.
UK publishing group Bloomsbury is celebrating the Harry Potter 20th anniversary with a rise in revenues and two new Potter books.