Susan Cheever, Joy Williams, Pulitzer finalist Laila Lalami, poet Brian Henry among the writers to be at Twin Cities Book Festival on Oct. 17.
This is the second year that American writers have been eligible for the prestigious award.
Review: Once-revered dad disgusts a grown-up Scout in “Watchman.”
Prize-winning South Korean novelist Shin Kyung-sook is accused of stealing a paragraph from a Japanese story 20 years ago.
God is a shout in the street, says James Joyce. You tell me what that means.
The annual award from Milkweed Editions carries a $10,000 prize, and publication.
FICTION: A tough, unflinching and deeply compassionate novel follows the very different paths of a heartbroken farmer and a brutal badger-baiter.
FICTION: An old soul in a juvenile guise walks readers to his father’s ending.
The fall season starts in September with Meg Waite Clayton.
Twelve emerging writers will work closely with six nationally acclaimed writers over the next year.
Harper Lee's attorney hints about another manuscript in an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal.
The Wall Street Journal and the Guardian of London published the first chapter of Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman" today. Here's a preview of the highly anticipated follow-up to "To Kill a Mockingbird," which comes out Tuesday.
Twin Cities writer wins for "The Old Deep and Dark," her latest Jane Lawless mystery.
The Postal Service is also offering stamps with penguins, butterflies, and a wedding cake.
NONFICTION: New book sheds light on lives of Anne, Charlotte and Emily – and the lives of women of that time – through their important artifacts.
Megan Marsnik, author of the novel running this summer in the Star Tribune, grew to love history and writing during her northern Minnesota childhood.
Three women are finalists for the annual prize.
The long tradition of unpaid labor ends at the innovative literary press's front door.
In 2011, the Once Upon a Crime bookstore was awarded the Raven Award by the Mystery Writers of America. But now: "It's been a great 13 years, and we will miss it, but too many factors are telling us it's time to retire," the owner said.
A handwritten letter from 1998 is now up for auction.
E.L. James sequel sells 1 million copies in its first four days.
Poet Barton Sutter emceed the Northeastern Minnesota Book Awards ceremony in Duluth. Read on for the winners...
NONFICTION: “Leaving Orbit” examines what it means that after 50 years, the United States will no longer be sending people into space.