Have you ever wondered what compels writers to bring their pens to paper (or, in our modern world, their fingers to the keyboard)? This is
The Authors Guild Doesn’t Want To Help People “Find Books or Information”
For the last 11 years, the Authors Guild has been engaged in a legal battle against Google. What did Google do? Well, it borrowed 20
Is Questioning Harper Lee’s Authorship Sexist?
“Why is it only women who are ever accused of not writing their own books?” Recently, Glynnis MacNicol asked this question in The Guardian, claiming
Authors Can’t Bullshit Around Libel & Invasion of Privacy Torts
We’ve all seen the disclaimer on the first page of a book that asserts redundantly that a particular work of fiction is, indeed, “a work
So What’s Up With NPR’s Thankless Listeners?
Happy New Year! 2014 ended the way years always do: with fireworks, champagne, and a proliferation of “top ten” lists. I typically ignore these polls
HarperCollins’ Win Is a Big Loss (And Not Only For Readers)
Have you tried to download the e-book version of Jean Craighead George’s Newbery Award-winning Julie of the Wolves recently? Well, it hasn’t been available in