Harry Bosch is back: the former cop turned private investigator plays defense for an accused murderer
Mr. Irving explores memory and the creative process, sketching a milieu where the abnormal is commonplace.
Historian David Preston is much kinder to Braddock than others have been, detailing the secret war between Britain and France.
Lois Lowry, speaking in Pittsburgh Sunday, has created fantastical literary worlds in which young people save the day.
Poets Terrance Hayes and Ross Gay had been nominated for the prestigious national award.
New new picture books blend heart and enthusiasm into powerful narratives about young girls in three unique settings.
The Pulitzer Prize winner will be in Pittsburgh to discuss her book “The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History.”
At 91, the 39th president looks back on a full and engaged life.
A sensual, modern take on the biblical saga of King David by the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist.
The 16th installment of the Thomas Kydd saga is the best yet.
Anissa Clay won a 2015 Pittsburgh Emerging Author award for “The God Conception,” the first book in a planned trilogy.
A Briton long intrigued by Germany, Mr. MacGregor ranges from Martin Luther to the Berlin Wall and beyond in his magnificent work.
“My People Social” at Kelly-Strayhorn, editor of “Guantánamo Diary” reads at City of Asylum, special tour of Harmonist buildings and more.
Dan Ephron details Rabin’s 1995 assassination and “the Remaking of Israel”; Dennis Ross traces the ties that bind the U.S. and Israel.
Jay Winik explores WWII’s most pivotal year but laments the failure of the U.S. to take steps that could have saved many innocent lives.
Cece Bell discusses her 2015 Newbery Honor graphic novel “El Deafo,” which turns her childhood hearing loss into a hero’s ability.
These stories, each introduced by Mr. King with a discussion of his inspirations, are among the best he has ever written.
Author David Mitchell discusses his latest book “Slade House” as part of the Literary Evenings, Monday Night Lectures Series.
The subtle, but satisfying final installment of Ann Leckie’s award-winning “Ancillary” trilogy is a triumph
A memoir about the musician’s solitary life, decades after she spearheaded the punk music revolution in America.
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Stacy Schiff’s writes a meticulous history of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692.
Compiling a family history of ancestors’ pioneer days became a labor of love for mother and daughter, winning an IPPY for independent books.
Paige Britt's “The Lost Track of Time” and Jennifer Torres' “Finding the Music” explore how moments can be spent or savored.
The Dille Family Trust threatened to sue a film producer after he announced he was going to make a movie based on "Armageddon 2419 A.D."