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Bogan, ranga, rurosexual added to Australian dictionary
Heading Down Under where locals are "dry as a dead dingo's donger" and beachgoers don "budgie smugglers"?
Jamaican author Marlon James wins Man Booker Prize
Jamaican author Marlon James won the Man Booker Prize for best novel for "A Brief History of Seven Killings", a re-telling of the attempted assassination of musician Bob Marley.
'Twilight' marks 10th anniversary with a twist: a gender swap
The hugely successful "Twilight" vampire romance series is marking its 10th anniversary with a twist -- a gender swap.
Fans flock to honour queen of crime fiction Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie fans have descended on her hometown of Torquay on the English Riviera for the 125th anniversary of the murder master's birth.
Japan author Murakami releases latest book
Popular Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami's new book has gone on sale, with a major domestic bookstore chain buying 90 percent of the initial print run in a direct challenge to online rivals.
Millennium sequel hits bookstores as author admits 'total fear'
The eagerly-awaited sequel to Stieg Larsson's best-selling Millennium crime trilogy hit store shelves in 25 countries.
Ukraine bans dozens of 'fascist' Russian books
Kiev's public relations war with Moscow scaled new heights as Ukraine released a list of prominent Russian reporters and authors whose books will be banned from sale.
Midnight openings for Harper Lee book launch
Bookstores opened at midnight when copies of Harper Lee's eagerly awaited, but controversial second novel flew off the shelves more than half a century after the groundbreaking success of "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Rare Turing notebook sells for $1m in New York
A long-lost notebook owned by British mathematician and World War II code breaker Alan Turing sold at auction in New York on Monday for $1 million.
Sales of books on Islam rocket after France attacks
Books on Islam are selling out in France after deadly extremist attacks in the capital raised uncomfortable questions about Europe's fastest-growing religion.
George R. R. Martin unveils new 'Game of Thrones' chapter
Fantasy novelist George R. R. Martin has released a chapter from his upcoming next book in the series on which hit television show "Game of Thrones" is based.
Orhan Pamuk, anxious observer of the new Turkey
Submerged in his new novel, Turkey's Nobel prize laureate Orhan Pamuk gazes out over the city of Istanbul, the main protagonist of his books.
Hachette, Amazon end nasty feud with deal on book sales
Publisher Hachette and Amazon ended an acrimonious feud over online book sales.
Marvel unveils huge slate of new superhero films
Marvel unveiled plans for a slate of new superhero films, expanding its already wildly successful comic book universe.
Amazon's might divides opinion at world's biggest book fair
US online retail giant Amazon may be absent from the stands at the world's biggest book fair but it has still been at the heart of a heated debate.
New comic book stars Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg
The life of billionaire Facebook executive and "Lean In" author Sheryl Sandberg has been distilled into a 32-page comic book set for release this week.
Super price of $3.2 mln for first Superman comic book
A near-flawless edition of the first book featuring cartoon hero Superman from June 1938 has fetched $3.2 million at auction.
Bookcrossing bird houses in Almaty parks: borrow your escape to wonderland
Bird houses for bookcrossing have been installed in parks of Almaty, a large southern city of Kazakhstan.
Hachette pushes back after Amazon alleges price fixing
Hachette Book Group defended itself against accusations of pushing up prices for e-books amid a dispute with online retail giant Amazon.
George W. Bush writes bio of his US president dad
Former US president George W. Bush has written a "personal biography" of his presidential father, said Crown publishers, which announced it will release the book in November.
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