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Spend your weekend laughing with Bridget Jones.
The skilled novelist paints a portrait of a troubled artist.
Terry Teachout delves deep into the jazz legend's life.
Plus, Alice Munro will not attend Nobel Prize ceremony and 3,000 volunteers are helping to digitize Tolstoy.
The author wants it to stop selling souvenirs with her name and her famous book's title.
The book reminded Whitney of her childhood faves, from the Nerf Boomerang to Colorforms.
This sequel to 'The Good Soldiers' follows Iraq veterans after they return home.
New collections celebrate "best" writing in sports, travel, comics and short stories.
Origami Yoda is back in all its folded, evil-fighting glory.
Plus, books by Elizabeth Smart and Malala Yousafzai rank high on this week's list.
Christopher Paolini's young-adult fantasy novel marks its anniversary.
Her simple, fuss-free approach to Italian cooking is the key to her new book and PBS show.
The prestigious literary awards will be handed out on Nov. 20.
In honor of World Food Day, literary fashion company Out of Print is donating food.
Plus, it's awards season here in the book world!
An excerpt reveals a plot twist that has Bridget Jones fans v. v. upset.
Author is back with 'Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy'
The author of 'The Luminaries' is the youngest winner of the literary prize ever.
The artist presents some of his work with a child-friendly board book.
Plus, find out the verdict on James Franco's new book.