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You Can Buy Joan Didion’s Art, Notebooks, Writing Desk, and Book Collection Right Now

The estate sale for Joan Didion runs from now until November 15th and includes her writing desk, artwork, and her…

4 weeks ago

School Librarian Continues Defamation Law Suit; Champions First Amendment Rights of All

Librarian Amanda Jones, who lost her defamation lawsuit in September, is continuing the fight.

4 weeks ago

The Best Horror of the Year: The Winners of the Shirley Jackson Awards

Here are the winners of this year's Shirley Jackson Awards, recognizing outstanding achievement in horror and related genres.

4 weeks ago

The Bestselling Books of the Week, According to NYT, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Amazon

The New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Amazon all have their own bestseller lists. Here are the combined…

4 weeks ago

U.K. Publishers Predict Rise in Book Prices

Publishers in the U.K. say that books prices will likely rise. The increase is due to a number of factors,…

1 month ago

Octavia Butler’s Genre-Bending KINDRED Coming to Hulu

Kindred by Octavia Butler has been adapted into a series and will be premiering on Hulu. Here are the details.

1 month ago

The Bestselling Books of the Week, According to NYT, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Amazon

The New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Amazon all have their own bestseller lists. Here are the combined…

1 month ago

The Top 10 YA Books of the Year, According to Teenagers

The Young Adult Library Services Association has announced their Teens' Top Ten winners of 2022, voted on by teenagers in…

1 month ago

Here are the Best Books of 2022, According to Barnes and Noble Booksellers

Booksellers chose the 11 books that they have "felt the most pride in recommending to readers of all interests through…

1 month ago

Republicans Propose Federal “Don’t Say Gay” Bill: Book Censorship News, October 21, 2022

The "Stop Sexualizing Children" Act, proposed at the federal level, would be a national "Don't Say Gay" bill.

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