By Aja Gabel
Endorsing Portnoy’s penis as a guide post for literary sex is like saying guys these days should act more like Don Draper.
By Jacob Silverman
They join a growing list of vital websites providing "serious consideration of serious books" at a time when print media is fast abandoning the practice.
By Michael David Lukas
While here are only two freestanding book reviews in this fair country, we do have a wealth of best book lists. Here is a meta-list: The Best of the Best Books of 2009.
By Megan Alix Fishmann
Maybe the publication of Ford County means that short stories are making a comeback.
By Mandy Redig
Five books that portray contemporary life in Afghanistan, providing a perspective that's essential to understanding the war.
Lysley Tenorio, Laura van den Berg, and Caitlin Horrocks are a few of the standouts in the latest Best New American Voices and PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories anthologies.
Walmart vs Amazon, B&N's Nook, a Rothian tour of Newark, Lethem reads the whole of his new novel, and more.
It's the now-standard HuffPo methodology: solicit unpaid writers to pad out their meager content, strip-mined from tabloids and gossip sites.
Trying to make a living as a book reviewer, the $200 spare-parts book scanner, TriQuarterly's future, behind the scenes at the Nobel Foundation, and more.
The Google Books settlement grinds onward, Amazon faces a class-action lawsuit for pushing their BookSurge POD service, great writers posthumous works raise questions, and more.