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New Yorker writer Jeffrey Toobin suspended after reports he exposed himself in Zoom work meeting
Author-commentator Jeffrey Toobin has been suspended by the New Yorker and is stepping away from his job as CNN's senior legal analyst pending what the cable network called a "personal issue." Vice Media reported Monday that Toobin had exposed himself during a Zoom work meeting.
Hunger Games prequel novel coming in 2020
Suzanne Collins is bringing readers back to Panem. A prequel, set 64 years before the beginning of her multimillion-selling trilogy, is coming next year.
'If you plagiarize, I will come for you:' Nora Roberts sues author cited in #CopyPasteCris uproar
Best-selling novelist Nora Roberts is suing a Brazilian writer for copyright infringement, alleging that Cristiane Serruya has committed 'multi-plagiarism' on a 'rare and scandalous' level.
Sequel to Michael Crichton's Andromeda Strain due in fall
The late Michael Crichton's literary archive and production company has authorized a sequel to his breakthrough novel The Andromeda Strain.
Jesmyn Ward wins National Book Award for Sing, Unburied, Sing
Masha Gessen's The Future is History, which explores the rise of totalitarianism in Russia, received the nonfiction prize.
Pioneering actor Robert Guillaume, Emmy-winner for Benson and Soap, dies at 89
Robert Guillaume, who won Emmy Awards for his roles on Soap and Benson, has died at age 89.
Judith Jones, editor of Julia Child, dead at 93
Judith Jones was responsible for introducing The Diary of Anne Frank to English-language readers and worked closely with American icons Anne Tyler and John Updike.
Former FBI boss James Comey lands multimillion-dollar book deal
Having served under the Trump administration, the former FBI director is writing a book about leadership and decision making.
Hillary Clinton's upcoming memoir is about her 2016 election loss to Donald Trump
What Happened will be available in Canada on Sept. 12, 2017.
Denis Johnson, author of Jesus' Son, dead at 67
Johnson won the National Book Award in 2007 for his Vietnam War novel Tree of Smoke and was best known for his surreal story collection Jesus' Son.