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..
US novelist Toni Morrison, the first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, dies aged 88
Euronews went to Moscow and asked locals about their favourite Russian authors.
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.
Just outside Oslo, a forest is being grown from scratch for this purpose.
The emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates was recently elected the UNESCO World Book Capital for 2019.
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.
A vaccine came too late for his daughter, Olivia.
Road Trip Europe: Romanian-born poet Miguel Gane reflects on European identity
"It wasn't easy ... when you decide to write your memoirs, it means you accept the idea that life is already behind you."
Writer and activist Marek Halter spoke to Isabelle Kumar on Euronews' Cult programme about the challenges of penning his memoirs.
Smart Regions meets the experts digitising and preserving millions of books in order to safeguard Slovakia's cultural heritage.
The Nobel Foundation last year stopped the Swedish Academy from handing out the award after a string of sexual misconduct allegations against the husband of one of its board members threw the institution into crisis mode.
"He discovered at last that she had outgrown his liking. She had borne ten children and had lost many of her good looks, was growing old, in fact," a recently-unearthed letter revealed.
The Abu Dhabi Publishing Forum came to a close on January 30th, following three days of workshops and panel discussions on the industry's latest trends.
Nominally about the adventures of Newt Scamander and his American pals in Paris, the film is thwarted by its many subplots and cameos.
An Italian publishing house is using street graffiti in a bid to save lesser-used words from extinction and help bring them into popular discourse.
Trinidad-born British author V.S. Naipaul, who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 2001, has died at his home in London aged 85.
A popular legend holds that black ambulances cruise the streets looking for children to murder in order to sell their organs to wealthy buyers in western Europe.
What do words on a page, expressive movement, and fashion all have in common? In the Middle East, they’re being used to connect people in society in differing ways.
The 1926 drawing about the Hundred Acre Wood is among them.
Pulitzer prize winning author Philip Roth has died at the age of 85.
Roth’s favourite subject matter was the neuroses and obsessions of the modern
Inspire Middle East celebrates the region’s love for the written word at the 10th anniversary of the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, by spotlighting some of the regional and international talents on the ground.
Euronews wants your say on who should be one of several personalities of the year—in fields including space, innovation, culture, business and sport.
The fair is one of the biggest in the world and this year's "French touch" did not leave guests disappointed