Singer songwriter Susan Vega, of "Tom's Diner" fame, talks about her new, one-woman show Carson McCullers Talks About Love.
For his new novel about a fake Shakespeare play, Arthur Phillips wrote a full-length Shakespearean play.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner talks about his new play "The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key to the Scriptures."
Monopoly Live, out next fall, will replace paper money with ATM cards, but will that be enough for the game to get with the times?
As online shopping and electronic books become more popular, independent bookstores consider what is necessary to stay afloat.
The Academy Award-winning director, who has walked the line between making arthouse and blockbuster films for the last 20 years, is ready for retirement.
Poet Kevin Young has written an epic poem about the Africans who revolted aboard the ship Amistad in 1839.
In the new book, 'Spark,' artist Chuck Close, writer Isabel Allende, musician Robert Plant and others give readers an inside look at their creative processes and inspiration.
On Jeopardy!, a machine named Watson may be able to beat human Ken Jennings. But that doesn't mean the machines are taking over.
Tamim al-Barghouti has become Egypt's revolutionary poet, after his poem was broadcast through Tahrir Square during protests against Mubarak.