The global pandemic has triggered a boom in reading, according to the president of the International Publishers Association.
Despite years of war, censorship and dictatorships in Iraq, authors and intellectuals have determinedly gathered to exchange ideas and share their experiences.
The Paris prosecutor's office has opened a preliminary investigation into child rape against French writer Gabriel Matzneff.
Jonathan Miller, satirist and director of opera and theatre, dies aged 85
Conjuring up ideas to engage children with books is what Emirati author and illustrator Maitha Al Khayat has been doing for more than ten years.
Through his books, the writer Andrei Kurkov has discovered the many faces of Ukraine, a country that remains in the eye of the hurricane.
The Nobel Prize in Literature is going to be awarded to two laureates in 2019.
The upcoming sale has drawn criticism from campaigners who had hoped to turn the facility into an arts center to honour the Irish writer's legacy.
We ask booksellers and political scientists what to read this Autumn to understand the latest trends in Europe.
She called Bill Clinton "our first black president" — a turn of phrase that stirred years of debate, and for which she later expressed a measure of regret..
The Hemingway Days celebrations this year marked what would have been the writer's 120th birthday.
Franco Zeffirelli, the Italian director acclaimed for his work in film, theatre and opera, has died at the age of 96.
A crowdfunding site has raised tens of thousands of pounds to try to keep the Lady Chatterley's Lover copy that was used in the 1960 obscenity trial in the United Kingdom.