Predicting the changes that could accompany rising global temperatures and what the future might hold.
The fight over genre fiction -- genre busters like Michael Chabon, Richard Price and others talk about the writings that transcend genres.
The author of "The House on Mango Street" talks about her seminal work, one of the most beloved and critically acclaimed books of the 20th century.
Author Minal Hajratwala tells us about her favorite Indian "fusion music" and her book "Leaving India -- My Family's Journey from Five Villages to Five Continents."
Yiyun Li didn't speak English until her early 20s when she moved to the United States; now she's an acclaimed writer but only writes in English.
Elaine Showalter's latest book covers famous and obscure authors from 1650 to 2000 -- in this interview, she talks about the history of American women writers.
There is no shortage of life-list books being published; we explore our obsession with these life-lists with some of their authors.
Humans are built for play -- the science that says play is critical to shaping our brains and helping us adapt to the unexpected.
A new wave of novel-writing in Saudi Arabia is centered on breaking conventional taboos -- the spike in risquÃ© Saudi literature follows the success of the racy novel, Girls of Riyadh a few years ago.
Dilara Hafiz's handbook for American Muslim teenagers dispels myths about Islam and helps educate non-Muslims.