And Joseph O'Neill and Salman Rushdie aren't on it!
Rich spoke to Vulture about the new book and the upcoming season of 'SNL,' premiering this weekend.
California company Paper Logic debuted its new e-reader yesterday, and it's straight out of Hill Valley circa 2015.
A judge ruled that Steven Vander Ark's 'Harry Potter Lexicon' would cause her 'irreparable harm' as a writer.
Emeril Lagesse has signed a ten-book deal with HarperCollins’ experimental HarperStudio imprint.
Vulture sat down with Harkaway to discuss his reviews and his three rules of screenwriting.
Twelve unfinished chapters of 'Midnight Sun' leaked last week, and now Meyer says she won't finish it. Lame!
Turns out the wunderkind just sold his first novel, and we have no idea how to react.
Danica Novgorodoff's graphic novel 'Slow Storm' is eerily relevant — and just plain eerie.
Mendelsohn's elegant criticism for The New York Review of Books and elsewhere has been collected in this volume of essays.
If it feels like Christopher Buckley turns out a new book every time you finish his last, well, we suppose it’s because he has no shortage of targets.
'I've always said that the hardest part of writing satire or farce in America is that you're in competition with tomorrow's front page of 'USA Today.''
No word on whether Shawn Johnson will do a more endearing, but slightly less polished, follow-up.
Rebecca Land Soodak’s Craigslist post got her a nanny — will it bring her more?
First released in 1980, 'Gentleman Jim' is one of the first graphic novels ever published in English.
Top-shelf crime novels eventually find their way to the screen, but Michael Harvey’s work has evolved in the other direction.
Great! Except, wait, what’s the genre?
Levitin is back with The World in Six Songs, a book that aims to prove that music doesn't just make us feel good, our brains have used it to organize society.
Also, Brits spend more than $500 a year on beauty products, and Hot Topic nail polish isn't awful!