With recent grant funding of $1.4 million, the National Book Foundation aims to reach more readers.
Despite struggles, libraries are learning to navigate the ever-changing, and often cost-prohibitive, landscape of digital lending.
The author reflects on his growing collection of books and what it shows about his life as a reader and writer.
A pair of English singer-songwriters perform literature-inspired music in bookstores across the United States.
Ex-library books are catalogued in a new home.
Writer deported on her way to PEN World Voices Festival; twentieth anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone; Jennifer L. Knox on censorship in the poetry workshop; and other news.
Library of America editorial director John Kulka on the importance of publishing classic American literature.
Based at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and led by Kwame Dawes, the African Poetry Book Fund supports and celebrates pan-African poetry.
Library designs for the future; National Book Foundation combats “book deserts”; the most anthologized stories of all time; and other news.
Three new story collections by immigrant writers; new anthology of West Virginia writers; Kevin Kwan’s Crazy Rich Asians television series; and other news.