To Kill a Mockingbird, "the book that introduced many of us to our belief in human rights".
Fans of George RR Martin's books want to know if he'll live long enough to give them an end to the series, a question he finds pretty offensive.
"Amazon has done more to liberate readers and writers than any other entity since Gutenberg," states a petition in the war on book selling.
Censored material removed from a collection of F Scott Fitzgerald's short stories is being restored in a new edition of the author's work.
Donna Tartt's huge book, 11 years in the writing, wins the honour for "beautifully written ... novel with exquisitely drawn characters".
Author Donald McCaig's upcoming novel - billed as a prequel to "Gone With the Wind" - is set to tell the untold story of devoted house slave Mammy.
"Cuts Through Bone", the book by convicted murderer Alaric Hunt who has been jailed since the 1980s, has won a $10 000 prize and a publishing deal.
Author of "Porterhouse Blue" and "Wilt" novels has died at home in Catalonia, from complications related to diabetes.
Samar Yazbek was named by British poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy as international "writer of courage" with whom she will share the Pen/Pinter prize.
After 72 years of tackling supervillains as a straight man, DC Comics' Green Lantern, one of the oldest characters, is to be reintroduced as gay.