Radclyffe Hall was a lesbian writer in the late 1800s and early turn of the century, a seemingly unlucky combination of two not equally impo
A Jewish human rights group urged Croatian officials to ban a book that denies crimes committed by Croatia’s pro-Nazi regime during World War II.
If have any interest in books and reading, then you've probably checked on book sales once or twice before, especially given the panic around whether or not the internet is damaging the publishing industry.
After a lifetime of leadership and innovation, Evelyn Berezin passed away on December 8th, 2018 at ninety-three years old.
Antarctica is a wild and mysterious continent, a place to remind us that awesome is not the synonym of the understated nice but is instead closer to the overwhelming, the tremendous.
Vermont senator and former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders takes readers to the front lines of the fight against conservative POTUS
We all have those persnickety items that we can't ever seem to get rid of. It may be because you're simply too lazy to get rid of them, or perhaps they hold some sort of sentimental value that only you can truly treasure. And then other times, people simply won't buy it!
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.
Madonna and Oscar Wilde have more in common than their status as icons of the LGBT+ community: they're both authors of 'obscene' works. After 136 years of censorship, Oxford University is opening its restricted collection—one of the world's largest—to the public in a historic exhibition.