Milo Yiannopoulos, who is suing Simon & Schuster for dropping his controversial book, has parted ways with his attorneys in the case. Going forward, Milo
A year ago, my daughters and I announced the publication of Anusha of Prospect Corner, our Sri Lankan-American retelling of L. M. Montgomery’s Anne of
What attributes help a writer develop engaging characters? To explore this question, researchers at McMaster University, York University, and the University of Toronto designed a
Dear Fahrenheit 451, by Annie Spence, is a collection of humorous letters addressed to books many of us have read (or have pretended to read).
Back in January, a group of literary estates (Truman Capote, Ernest Hemingway, Jack Kerouac, and Arthur C. Clarke) and publishers (Penguin Random House and Simon
Author Pat Conroy, who passed away in 2016, wrote in his preface to Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind that he absorbed “his first lessons