Seventy years ago, teenager Yasushi Watanabe purchased what he thought was an obscure 16mm cartoon for only $4.40.
The CW is working on creating a drama-based series based of the book The Strange Case Of the Alchemist Daughter by Theodora Goss.
The Jack Reacher franchise is getting rebooted with a new lead actor after creator Lee Child admitted that Tom Cruise is too short for the role.
A fixture of the literary world since 1950, the National Book award honors the strongest writing in America. Qualifications necessary to win the award are simple: the book has to have been published no earlier than December 1st of the previous year, and the author must be a U.S.
It's a pretty typical belief that technology stands in the way of our collective ability to read a book or maintain a five-minute attention span (insert edgy comic art of headphones strangling teens here). In fact, technology has lead to groundbreaking developments in publishing.
Bloomsbury Continuum will publish Anne Frank: The Collected Works in May 2019. The release will mark what would have been the year of Frank’s 90th birthday.
Ever since nuclear weapons were invented, humans have lived in constant fear of each other. At the press of a button, nuclear warheads could destroy a country and potentially cause astronomical amounts of damage and loss of life compared to other disasters and weapons.
George R. R. Martin consistently churns out projects that never disappoint.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has acquired the rights to Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind.
Sometimes publishers reject books for legitimate reasons, like if a book contains immature prose or an uninteresting concept, or if it bears too much similarity to a book the publisher has recently released. But other times, publishers reject books for simply ridiculous reasons, i.e.