Mary Robinette Kowal’s The Calculating Stars took home the top honor
The "Silence of the Lambs" author Thomas Harris, overshadowed by the cannibal he invented, has kept a low profile for over 40 years.
Before HBO came along, there was Roy Dotrice, an actor who created hundreds of voices for the audiobooks of George R.R. Martin's novels, bringing Westeros to life for millions of listeners.
The author works a 20-hour shift, lives on chocolate bars and writes best in her cashmere nightgown.
In the first of BBC Culture's new series on fiction that predicted the future, Hephzibah Anderson looks at the work of John Brunner, whose vision of 2010 was eerily accurate.
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I thought penning steamy books about sex-crazed werewolves was the dumbest job ever. With a little subversion and a huge thesaurus, I learned to love it.
Nicholas Hoult, Lily Collins and the late night host have a thoughtful conversation about the creator of Middle Earth.
Elizabeth Kendall's memoir was released in 1981 to little fanfare and it's been out of print for decades. Now, it's being made into a highly anticipated Netflix movie.
Is the poetry itself any good? Well, it's best when you don't take it too seriously and give it weirder words.
Huxley truly stood at the vanguard of an emerging psychopharmacological revolution which would soon begin to explore how human minds can be controlled by psychoactive chemicals contained in simple pills.
Donald J. Sobol created a mystery icon and sold millions of books. But who was he?
The legendary satirist talks Gonzo, Donald Trump, and his partnership with Vans to highlight endangered species.
A new exhibition traces the remarkable evolution of writing. Cameron Laux picks 12 highlights offering insights into one of humanity's greatest achievements.
Baconians, Oxfordians, Marlovians, Derbyites, Rutlanders, Groupists. Oh my.
For five years I worked on a novel set in a fictional town in northwestern Russia called Berlozhniki. I live in Los Angeles, a block from Melrose Avenue.
You can tell that the race for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination is getting serious because the candidates are talking about... James Joyce.
Decades of searching uncovered the brilliantly illustrated plants and detailed notes made by a US woman living in Cuba in the 1800s.
It's worth noting that Rooney would probably hate to hear her books classified as a symbol of an "Instagram cool girl," because it's antithetical to the ethos her books preach.
How a best-selling thriller writer and media hound is spreading a moral panic about pot.
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