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The British author of 'The Golden Notebook' rejected feminist label.
'King and Maxwell' by David Baldacci goes on sale Nov. 19.
The late author won the Nobel Prize in Literature
Spend your weekend reading Martin Cruz Smith's 'Tatiana.'
Biography of Bob Fosse brings the dancer back to vivid life.
What would Shakespeare Tweet?
The six-time Emmy winner has written a memoir about his 50 years in show business.
The author of 'Room' speaks about her favorite short story collections.
His most recent book is 'Identical.'
Plus, Anthony DeCurtis is writing a bio of Lou Reed, and Google has won an 8-year-long lawsuit.
The 84-year-old's latest picture book includes a photo of him with a girl in a white dress, last seen in 1932 in Syracuse, N.Y.
See an exclusive clip and read an interview with the director of 'Dear Mr. Watterson.'
A Nevada professor discovers the Bard collaborated on 10 Elizabethan-era works by others.
Author argues that Roosevelt won the election not in spite of his disability, but because of it.
These 10 titles explore his presidency, his legacy, and what could have been.
Plus, there's a reality show for writers! Why didn't we think of that?
Author of 'A Commonplace Book of Pie' finds poetry in the fruits of her labor.
The author wrote the books under a pseudonym while he was a student at Harvard Medical School.
Our series continues with one reader's story of how the 2007 book helped her.
The club that no one wants to join includes late legends Jimi Hendrix and Amy Winehouse.