Campaigners say move to pull award-winning writer Jonathan Safran Foer’s novel Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close raises constitutional concerns.
Correspondence between Tolkien and the late and acclaimed illustrator gives further details about the sometimes thorny relationship between the two.
Belarussian Svetlana Alexievich has won the Nobel prize for literature for her thousands of oral histories that map the implosion of the Soviet Union.
A leading author has railed against gender specific literature for children and adults, calling it brainwashing.
The United States president will present the novelist with the highest award for artists given by the US government.
A 8 000-word story by F Scott Fitzgerald has been discovered in the archives of Princeton University.
Harper Lee’s lawyer, Tonja Carter, says there may be a third novel by Lee.
As its Tuesday launch creates frenzy in the literary world, the novel's first chapter reveals a voice recognisable to that of To Kill a Mockingbird.
More than 1m readers in the US alone have already bought Grey, which retells EL James's hit story from the hero's point of view.
Matt Haig wanted to explore new ideas about masculinity, but found outrage and ire instead.