Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel came out on top of The Great American Read competition.
Sarah Meuleman’s debut novel, Find Me Gone, jumps between 1996 and 2014 to paint a devastating portrait of a woman confronted by her past.
The author explored both light and heavy subject matter—covering everything from contemporary adolescence to dystopian worlds and the Holocaust.
Rhiannon Navin’s powerful debut novel, “Only Child,” tells the story of a fictional school shooting, and the lasting impact it has on 6-year-old Zach.
This Thanksgiving, a more grown-up Anne faces more grown-up challenges.
In light of the recent ban on Harper Lee's classic, one writer reflects on the history of racism and "To Kill a Mockingbird" in the South.
J.D. Salinger and Harper Lee were among the clan of writers who eschewed fame for solitude.
Revisting this classic novel, one writer discovers the truth about Holden Caulfield, and herself.