Remembering Harry Harrison


The author who gave us Solyent Green and the Stainless Steel Rat has passed away.

Gaiman Writing New “Sandman” Miniseries

DC made a big splash on the first day of ComicCon with news that Neil Gaiman will return to his popular Sandman universe.

At the Vertigo panel, DC revealed that Gaiman is teaming with Batwoman artist J.H. Williams III for a new miniseries.

Groening Retires “Life in Hell”


After 32 years, Matt Groening has written his last Life in Hell comic strip.

Library Pulls Graphic Novels


Alan Moore is not going to be happy when he hears that a public library system in North Carolina has pulled copies of his graphic novel, Neonomicon from the shelves. The library says it was responding to complaints about the levels of sex and nudity in the book.

Remembering Ray Bradbury


One of the genre’s great and a staunch defender of public libraries, Ray Bradbury, has passed away. He was 91.

Remembering Maurice Sendak


Author Maurice Sendak has passed away at the age of 83.

Barnes and Nobel, Microsoft Team Up


Another salvo has been fired in the escalating e-book wars with news that Barnes & Nobel and Microsoft have teamed up. The two companies have announced an agreement to create a Barnes & Noble subsidiary that will house the digital and college businesses of the bookseller and include a Nook application for Windows 8. The […]

Tor to Drop DRM From E-Books


Amazon Acquires Bond Publishing Rights


Amazon has acquired the American publishing rights to James Bond.

Stephen King Revisiting Creepy Clowns


No, it’s not a sequel to It.
But the king of horror is going back to clowns–and other creepy things at the carnival.

Second “Walking Dead” Novel Announced


Following the success of Rise of the Governor, a second novel set in the Walking Dead comic book universe is getting ready to hit shelves.

Does Your City Have The Most “Hunger Games” Readers?


Amazon has released a list of the top cities to purchase The Hunger Games. Leading the pack is San Jose, CA.

Teacher Put on Leave For Reading From “Ender’s Game”


A middle school teacher in South Carolina was placed on administrative leave and could lose his job because he read aloud to his class from Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game.

Rowling Teases New Book


Best-selling author J.K. Rowling is looking to do something different with her first post-Potter novel.

Long Lost “Trek” Script Found


A long lost script from the original five year mission of the U.S.S. Enterprise has been found. Norman Spinrad penned the script for the original Star Trek but it was abandoned in 1967 and thought lost to history.