The fan-favorite anti-hero is getting a five-issue miniseries next year
The author of ‘Fanpire: The Twilight Saga and the Women Who Love It’ on whether men can ever stack up to Edward
Dog-eared pages, bent bindings, scribbled-in margins… Books were meant to be loved—aggressively
The man who was Bond a record seven times speaks to TIME about how he got the role, all those Bond girls and why he’s just changed his mind about his favorite British spy
World Book Night event aims to give away hundreds of thousands of books in one night—but which books will receive that honor this year?
The scientist-turned-novelist—whose new book hit shelves this week—spoke with TIME about global warming, the environmental movement and the responsibility of an artist
More than a quarter of a million people are spending November writing novels. But does this mean an influx of new voices or the end of literature altogether?
Alex Kershaw’s WWII history chronicles the torturous slog of an American infantry division — led by legendary commander Felix Sparks — from Italy in 1943 into the heart of Germany just before VE Day
It’s not easy to imagine how a book like Cloud Atlas could become an epic movie. Get a sneak peak at the cinematic magic here
Great news for comic book fans and devotees of Comic Con, which started yesterday in New York City: after 50 years, the Amazing Spider-Man series is ending in December with Issue #700, but Marvel has announced that a new series, …
The new Nobel laureate has been accused of being both subtly subversive and too close to the party line
Back in 2003, a new virus that would be called SARS jumped from a bat to a civet cat to human beings, eventually infecting thousands and killing nearly 800 people. That’s just one example of the threat that animal microbes can …