#Today in Books

When Book Critics Stop Being Polite

A harsh literary burn, candles for romance readers, the Met Gala's bookish inspiration, and more in today's news.

West Virginia House Passes Bill Allowing Prosecution of Librarians

A new bill removes protection for librarians, a new movie sets the box office record for Shakespeare adaptations, and more.

Paris Booksellers Score a Pre-Olympics Win

A win for Paris booksellers, an adaptation of The Devil Wears Prada, and a reading list for fans of True Detective: Night Country.

LeVar Burton Signs Deal with Pantheon for Two Books

Plus: the first Women's Prize for Non-Fiction Longlist, the impossibility of rating books, and more.

Cormac McCarthy’s Valentine Day Candy Hearts

& other bookish Valentine's links for you (book) lovers

Hulu Scraps Huge Sarah J. Maas Adaptation

Hulu Scraps THE COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES, B&N Ruffles Chicogoland Feathers, and College Kids Can't Read Anymore (?)

The WICKED Movie Trailer is Here. And It is Wild.

The WICKED Movie Trailer is Here. And It is Wild.

Apple TV+ 2024 Lineup is Packed with Literary Adaptations

Apple TV's literary lineup, the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction longlist, Gen-Z keeps reading sexy, and more news from the world of books and reading.

Paramount+ Unveils Adaptation of A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW

Ewan MacGregor's marvelous mustache, a legendary California bookstore is up for sale, and Florida is (sigh) at it again.

Pulitzer-Winning Critic to Publish Book About Reality TV

An award-winning critic chronicles the rise of reality TV, a Virginia bill would ban book bans by school boards, and more news today in books.