Literature News

SAN DIEGO - Nov. 19, 2017 - -- 32-32 North is proud to announce Martin Roy Hill's latest Linus Schag, NCIS, thriller, THE BUTCHER'S BILL, was named Best Mystery/Suspense novel for 2017 by the Annual Best Independent Book Awards.
Jeffrey B. Burton's mystery/thriller, THE EULOGIST, is now available everywhere books are sold.
Tompkin's School For The Dearly Departed is now available on Smashwords.
BOULDER CREEK, Calif. - Nov. 1, 2017 - -- Classical Girl Press is proud to announce that OUTSIDE THE LIMELIGHT, Book 2 of the Ballet Theatre Chronicles, a nominee for the prestigious 2017 Kirkus Prize, has been named to Kirkus' Best Indie Books of 2017...
Autumn leaves offering nine new titles this year; twenty-three new titles from recent years
LOS ANGELES & LONDON, England - Oct. 15, 2017 - -- Francis Hamit has won a third screenwriting contest with his screenplay for the forthcoming feature film CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE.  The Elizabethan-era historical thriller is slated to be produced...
Five South Asian diaspora poets celebrate the UK-India Year of Culture by reading poems showcasing their different experiences. Also, the poet Yogesh Patel, officially launches his collection, Swimming with Whales.
ST. LOUIS - Oct. 10, 2017 - -- The St. Louis Indie Book Fair, 2017 will be held at the Kranzberg Arts Center on November 3rd, Friday, 5-9 (during the First Fridays Grand Center) and November 4th, Saturday, 12-5. The Kranzberg Arts Center is located at...
Watch the Frienemies You Keep, the highly anticipated new book by Tearara D. Brown, is now available for purchase. Order from the website and receive a 25% discount for a limited time.
Author and publisher Ellendea Proffer Teasley is in Cleveland to talk about her memoir Brodsky Among Us, recently released in English, but already a runaway bestseller in Russia.
Letters to Jordan is a mother's account of how she dealt with the grief of losing her infant son. In it Letisha Galloway is open, honest, and transparent about how she death with the loss of her only child
Attention all Poetry Lovers, Singers and Songwriters: This is about a book called "Crazy Robert's Poems and Potential Song Lyics" by Robert Barrows. It's easy to read poetry for the masses and many of the poems could also be turned into great songs!
The online applications are due on the last day of February and can be found on the National Book Foundation's website.
The Prize recognizes visionary literature programs that promote reading.
Descent & Other Poems by Timothy Ogene; Poems of witness, displacement and beauty
NOV 3 at 12:00 author Niles Reddick to speak at the Program Center of the JMC Main Library in Jackson. Coffee from about 11:30.Open to the public.
INDIANAPOLIS - Sept. 20, 2016 - -- From September 26th through September 30th, the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library (KVML) in Indianapolis, Indiana will celebrate the freedom to read by hosting a series of events for the American Library Association's...
NEW YORK - Sept. 14, 2016 - -- The Editorial Freelancers Association will be exhibiting at the Brooklyn Book Festival on Sunday, Sept. 18. The Brooklyn Book Festival is the largest free literary event in New York City, and the EFA will be among the 200...
Attention: Poetry Lovers and Rock Stars who like poems that are easy to read and they could also make great song lyrics. Check out an ebook called "CRAZY ROBERT'S POEMS AND POTENTIAL SONG LYRICS" available on Amazon
San Diego Museum of Man will join Horrible Imaginings Film Festival to discuss a taboo topic that is suffused through pop culture
San Diego Museum of Man will join Horrible Imaginings Film Festival to discuss a taboo topic that is suffused through pop culture