Authors Defend W.H. Smith: British authors have waded in to defend the retailer after it was named the worst shop on the U.K. High Street this weekend.
Lit Agency Embezzled for $3.4 Million: A Manhattan accountant cooked the books at Donadio & Olson, leaving the company on the brink of bankruptcy.
A Book Wrapped in Intrigue: The co-author of the book 'The Spy Chronicles,' a former Pakistani intelligence chief, is facing an inquiry over the book from his Indian counterpart.
Rita Dove, 'NYT Mag' Poetry Editor: The newly-hired Dove discusses what value poetry might grant unsuspecting news readers.
Adichie Comes to Terms With Global Fame: As Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's subjects have expanded, her audience has, too—but visibility has its drawbacks.
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