Fictional books allow us to take our imagination and see what the world could be like from a different lens, to see ourselves in worlds of wonder and fantasy. Meanwhile, nonfiction books give us a dose of reality, even if it’s sometimes a hard (but necessary) pill to swallow. Who said that nonfiction books are […]
The “old fogeys” of Chilean politics must go, says Isabel Allende — a stance that is true to form for the novelist.
From “The Little Mermaid” to “The Snow Queen,” Andersen’s works, which the author called his “children,” have inspired countless Disney films.
Writers have the power to create worlds, make you fall in love with fictional characters, and make you laugh and cry only using a very particular combination of the same 26 letters available to all of us. Another power that writers have is the general control they retain over their (more or less) flexible work […]
‘You’re the wildest, loveliest piece of flesh’: Sylvia Plath’s love letters to Ted Hughes up for sale
“Do you know that you have the most delicious quirked lovely mouth and your eyes crink up and you are all warm…” wrote Sylvia Plath.
John le Carre, the British writer best known for his Cold War espionage novels such as “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” has died aged 89.
French authors vowed to bail out rebel bookshop owners who will be fined for opening their doors despite France’s nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.
After 25 years of writing children’s books, Augie Rivera still draws from his days in “Batibot” where he learned a “newfound respect for children.”
A copy of the first collection of plays by William Shakespeare was sold Wednesday for $9.97 million at auction in New York.