The 1979 novel, reissued with reverence, is the kind of work that is often necessary for the evolution of an ultimately successful writer.
The Pittsburgh author’s account of his pivotal year in rural Iowa shows the formation of a writer, and a life.
A slow going, but compelling entry in the Dublin Murder Squad series.
A presidential election year is a good time to share new biographies and picture books for children that celebrate female trailblazers.
Colson Whitehead may be “floating” again if his latest book, chosen for Oprah’s book club, wins the National Book Award in November.
Author Amy Bloom, guitarist Jordan Dodson and comedians Chris D’Elia and Clayton English are on tap this week.
Monica Coleman writes about her struggle with depression in a faith-filled life. She leads us through a complex discovery of hope.
The 1980s It-Girl author of “Slaves of New York” chronicles life’s absurdities and adventures, a distance from the big city.
Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography captures the epic scale of the rocker’s rise from bar band to rock superstardom.
Alexander McCall Smith, author of the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series, speaks Tuesday at Mellon Middle School.
For just a few dollars, take home an array of comics, short stories, poems and illustrations made by underground artists.
Children’s author Kwame Alexander talks about why words are cool, and how poetry and sports are the way to reach struggling young readers.
“Gil Walsh Interiors: A Case for Color” showcases her 40 years of experience in the field.
Caroline Levitt's novel uses the Manson Family trial as a narrative device in a plot driven exploration of the ways love can impel a person.
“Whiskey and Words,” theater artist and dancer Takao Kawaguchi and stage, film and TV star Alan Cumming are on tap this week.
Pittsburgh is a central character In Gayle Forman’s first novel for adults, about an ill woman seeking her life before she was adopted.
Reporter Del Quentin Wilber meticulously chronicles one month with Prince George’s County Police Department’s homicide squad.
Simon & Schuster will publish historian David McCullough’s next book, “The Pioneers,” about settlers of the Northwest Territory, in 2019.
Melissa Yancy, veteran fundraiser and author of “Dog Years,” a short story collection, wins the Drue Heinz Prize for Literature.
The third part of the graphic novel series by Mr. Lewis, with Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell, goes from 1963 Selma to 2009 White House.
Il Divo, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, author Ann Patchett and John McIntire’s Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show are on tap this week.
'Death by Cyanide: The Murder of Dr. Autumn Klein': A gripping account of an infamous Pittsburgh crime
The PG’s Paula Reed Ward blends solid reporting with the storytelling skills of a novelist to chronicle a murder in an accomplished family.
Fierce Reads tour brings bestselling authors to Pittsburgh for a conversation about young adult fiction.
The comedian has created one of the most heartfelt, self-reflective and (mostly) honest high-profile autobios to hit bookshelves in years.
The Andy Warhol Museum, National Aviary and Carnegie Science Center are free on Sunday.
Couple open Lawrenceville business with new and used books called Nine Stories and will share space with Caffe D’Amore on Butler Street
University of Pittsburgh professor Yona Harvey returns to her first love and creates an origin story for Zenzi, the mighty woman of Wakanda.
Three new children’s picture books combine appealing artwork and silly stories into books that are sure to captivate any young child.
Book review: Pulitzer prize-winning journalist takes on GOP candidate in 'The Making of Donald Trump'
David Cay Johnston puts Donald Trump under the microscope but fails to provide the knock-out punch his critics were hoping for.
Joe Conason’s “Man of the World: The Further Endeavors of Bill Clinton” is a positive defense of Bill Clinton’s post-presidency.
Armand Gamache’s retirement is interrupted when he moves to Three Pines only to discover his talents are needed to ferret out the killer.