Japanese Anime And Manga Fans Worried About How TPP Will Kill ... - Techdirt ... about how manga and anime in Japan was thriving in part due to the rise of fan fiction (even for-profit fan fiction) and the fact that the... 04/3/2014 - 3:49 pm | View Link
Over the Pond We Go: Fiction Writer Paul McVeigh Talks Plotting - Huffington Post Short Story Interviews United Kingdom Writing Fiction Books News Paul McVeigh has written plays that have toured the UK and Ireland as well as comedy ... 04/3/2014 - 3:41 pm | View Link
Karen Joy Fowler wins PENFaulkner award for fiction - Big News Network Karen Joy Fowler winner of the PEN/Faulkner award for fiction - Examiner.com 04/3/2014 - 9:18 am | View Link
FANTASY SCROLL PRESS ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF A NEW SHORT FICTION ... - Express Press Release -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Fantasy Scroll Press, a small independent publisher, announced the launch of Fantasy Scroll Magazine, a new short fiction 04/3/2014 - 9:08 am | View Link
Fiction: Ayelet Waldman’s ‘Love and Treasure’ - Washington Post ... of people naturally encourages a kind of reverence that’s antithetical to the moral complexity of good fiction, but of course even the... 04/1/2014 - 8:01 am | View Link
Fiction In Song: 5 Memorable Characters In Popular Music We've all got our favourite characters in literature, film, TV and art. The personalities that seem so utterly real even though they're created from an author's mind and patch-worked traits from reality. You may be drawn to the hero, the under-dog, the cad ... 04/22/2014 - 6:17 am | View Link
Genre fiction radiates from a literary centre In the fourth of our series on literary definitions, novelist Anita Mason argues that while genre fiction tells specific kinds of story, the literary novel opens onto the universal • Gaynor Arnold: We don't think of Dickens as a historical novelist There ... 04/22/2014 - 5:02 am | View Link
Doug Underwood scouts border between fiction, journalism in new book Doug Underwood is a University of Washington professor of communication. He answered a few questions about his latest book, “The Undeclared War between Fiction and Journalism: Journalists as Genre Benders in Literary History.” Q: What is the concept ... 04/22/2014 - 4:54 am | View Link
Americans Predict a Future Like Science Fiction Given the fast-paced changes that happen in technology, predicting the future has become more fun than guessing who will win the Super Bowl or “Dancing With the Stars.” Earlier this year Frogdesign, an industrial design company that has worked with ... 04/22/2014 - 12:27 am | View Link
April 2014 young adult book releases: Paranormal These books are being released in April 2014. For other April releases, please see the links at the bottom of the article. Stay tuned for more April releases. The list only contains summaries of the stories. For more information and reviews, please check ... 04/21/2014 - 6:53 pm | View Link
Fiction Wise Fictionwise: Excellence in eBooks; Fictionwise is the world's leading independent eBook retailer. Thousands of eBooks by best selling authors are online to download ... 04/19/2014 - 12:44 am | View Link
SFWA SFWA is a professional organization for authors of science fiction, fantasy and related genres. 04/18/2014 - 11:32 pm | View Link
Fiction | Books | The Guardian News, reviews, features, interviews, images, podcasts, audio and video about fiction on the Guardian 04/18/2014 - 10:20 pm | View Link
Fiction Writing A place for fiction writers to learn about the business and craft of making a living as a professional author. 04/18/2014 - 9:23 pm | View Link
Truth Or Fiction The home of TruthOrFiction.com, the place to check out forwarded emails to see whether they are hoaxes, urban legends, scams, myrban myths, or the truth. 04/18/2014 - 7:29 pm | View Link
Yesterday was April 23, the generally accepted birthday of William Shakespeare, who is again in the news. Just a few days ago, two rare-book dealers, George Koppelman and Daniel Wechsler, announced that they had found a copy of John Baret’s “Alvearie” — a 1580 dictionary — actually used and scribbled in by English literature’s greatest writer.
If doomed to repeat one’s life over and over again during the 1940s, who wouldn’t try to kill Hitler? Yet not interfering with history is one of the cardinal rules of the Cronus Club, a select group of people known as the kalachakra , who loop through time in “ The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August ,” by Claire North (Redhook, $25).
Edward Hirsch’s “A Poet’s Glossary” is an instant classic that belongs on the bookshelf of every serious poet and literature student. This exhaustive resource surveys the landscape of poetry — its forms, devices and schools — and traces the development of the art form through the centuries and around the world.