In order to better handle the challenges caused by the rise of e-books.
Dan Brown's desperately anticipated follow-up to 'The Da Vinci Code' will be released in September.
HarperCollins, the publishing monster from which she was fired as CEO last June, is really bumming.
'The Jewel of Medina' isn't going over well with Islamic extremists.
Will Vintage editorial assistants be taught to repair Kindles?
Just when we were getting all revved up with righteous indignation, guess who delivers a welcome blast of critical dismissal?
Plus: David Talbert, Usher, and Salman Rushdie!
You rarely have to wait more than a year to see a new Woody Allen film, but Mere Anarchy is the comedian's first prose collection since 1980's Side Effects.
Prince's new album, Planet Earth, will be given away for free in British newspapers this summer, angering British music retailers, who had hoped to sell the album in exchange for British money, which is called "pounds" instead of "dollars."