A sojourn with Salinger's family of squabbling siblings may be exhausting, but it is never dull
Situationist bank robberies and 'edited highlights' of western philosophy provide some great light entertainment about weighty matters
1994: Make it so
The elasticity of digital publishing can give new life to the shorter form, as DJ Taylor discovered
Once upon a time, 12 years ago to be precise, David Bowie said something very perceptive.
John le Carré feels that the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman "burnt himself out" on one of his last movie roles, completed shortly before his death in February.
Amazon is due to launch a new book subscription service called Kindle Unlimited, according to a leaked Amazon site.
This volume of 'discoveries on the beach' is a beautiful trove of unsettling news from the threatened seashore
Apple has agreed to pay $450m (£262.7m) in the US to settle claims the iPad manufacturer conspired with five major publishers to fix ebook prices.
Where would summer be without a series of reading blogs? This year's subject, "a book for the beach", might seem limiting, but there are as many sorts of beach holiday as there are books to enjoy on them.