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Cormac McCarthy to Publish Two New Novels

Two new books from legendary American writer Cormac McCarthy will hit shelves this fall.

Libraries Are More Popular Than Ever and Library Workers Don’t Earn Livable Wages: The State of U.S. Public Libraries

US public libraries are more popular than ever, but library workers are mostly not paid a livable wage: new research into library data.

The 2022 ALA Youth Media Awards: See Who Took Home the Newbery, Caldecott, Printz, and More!

The winners and honors of the 2022 ALA Youth Media Awards have been announced!

Nearly 1 in 3 Americans Are Reading Ebooks

30% of Americans read an ebook in the last year. That and more insights from PEW's recent research on reading habits.

More Questions Than Answers Arise As Manuscript Thief Caught

The thief who'd been seeking -- and successfully acquiring -- pre-published manuscripts of big books and debuts has been arrested.

Writer Joan Didion has died at age 87

Joan Didion died at home in New York this morning at 87 from complications of Parkinson’s Disease.

“I Know It When I See It”: Who Pulled Gender Queer from Wake County Library Shelves?

It wasn't the library board or a committee who made the decision to pull Gender Queer from Wake County Public Libraries.

Here are the 2021 Hugo Award Winners

The 2021 Hugo Award winners were announced at the 79th annual World Science Fiction Convention.

Feminist Author bell hooks Has Died at 69

Legendary feminist author and activist bell hooks has died at the age of 69.

Texas School District Pulls 400+ Books From Shelves After Governor Pressure

Following Republic lawmaker Matt Krause's letter and pressure from the governor, North East ISD in Texas has pulled 414 books for review.