Jessica Mendoza, a former athlete and MLB’s first female TV analyst, brings a player’s sensibility to her job. But she’s still subject to the routine abuse directed at women in sports journalism.
A publishing startup is dramatically rethinking the relationship between writers and readers.
How designers are responding to e-readers
The comedy duo's feature film will make you squirm in your seat. That's the point.
For "Pilgrimage," the photographer turned her camera away from celebrities and toward important places in our cultural history.
Not all appearances of name-brand items in movies result from product placement.
Before they became celebrated authors, most literary figures had day jobs. When did they start thinking of themselves as "writers"?
The PBS feature that premieres this weekend hits the highlights of the director's career
What makes the hot designer of the new iPad app Mixel tick?
A new documentary traces the history of Elmo and reveals the performer who animates one of the world's most famous
Small Demons, a new startup, is trying to reveal the connections between books
The "cowboy scholars" of elite Deep Springs College have voted to end single-gender admissions. Is it time for Smith and Bryn Mawr to do the same?
The Wasilla salon where the former vice presidential candidate gets her hair done is the subject of TLC's latest series, premiering tonight
Everyone from Tyra Banks to Dolly Parton to Terrell Owens has published a kid's book. How do they compare to the true classics of the genre?
The new website Booktrack is one of many recent attempts to combine music and literature
Does a negative review hamper artistic expression or encourage it?
It's as if the novel's theme of history repeating itself manifests in the controversies the Kurt Vonnegut book has caused over the years
Is the film plausible? Kinda sorta, say experts.