Author Chuck Palahniuk got “Fight Club” fans pretty excited when he told the crowd at last year’s Comic-Con he was writing a sequel to the popular novel. And nine months […]
Like Batman responding to a beaming Bat signal in the sky, pop-culture fans are streaming to San Diego for the 45th annual Comic-Con pop culture extravaganza.
British-Irish writer Eimear McBride has won this year’s Women’s Prize for Fiction with her debut novel “A Girl is a Half-formed Thing.”
From the earliest known writing of Charlotte Brontë, a charmingly illustrated short story the Villette author penned for her little sister Anne, to Jane Austen’s wry recording of an acquaintance’s […]
On Saturday, Free Comic Book Day celebrates its 13th year with 4.6 million comics set to be given away at comic book shops around the world.
The first comics show in Britain was organised by the National Union of Teachers in 1954 as a way of scaring people off them. It was a bit of a […]
A modern-day Frankenstein novel set in Baghdad has won the Arab world’s top prize for fiction.
A translation of the Old English poem Beowulf by author JRR Tolkien is to be published for the first time, nearly nine decades after it was completed.
Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has won the US National Critics Book Prize for her novel Americanah.
American writer George Saunders won the 40,000 pound ($67,000) Folio Prize for literature on Monday with his humorous and disturbing short-story collection “Tenth of December.”