Marc Goodman will make you afraid to turn on your e-reader or laptop.
From Pittsburgh native Michael Neiberg, insight into the struggle to keep Europe safe, stemming from the Potsdam Conference in July 1945.
Jonathan Galassi, a poet and the current head of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, writes a love letter, of sorts, to his profession.
Poet Terrance Hayes at Writers LIVE @ CLP , “memory keep(h)er” at the Alloy Studios, Artist P. Nosa at the Mattress Factory ...
Old and new fans should enjoy the recently discovered never-before-published book by Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss.
Annie Clark, who was born without hands, has written a book at age 11 about persevering through difficult times.
Country music’s Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert ending marriage after four years
Stephen Lloyd Jones’ second novel is a blend of sensationalism and sentimentality, creativity and creepiness.
“The Audacious Life of Indra Devi,” a biography by Michelle Goldberg, is an incredible take, but it will make a better movie.
Richard Martin’s work provides plenty of information and analysis needed for a productive debate on coal’s future.
Birder murder mysteries? Don’t laugh; there are more of them than you might think.
The tale is set 20 years in the future from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
The artists were celebrated for the ongoing series “Hip-Hop Family Tree” and the design of the “Little Nemo” anthology of new works.
“The Argonauts” is both autobiographical and theoretical, and it defies the pat genre labels that infect writing and publishing today.
Pittsburgh-area bookstores and libraries prepare to celebrate the release of Harper Lee’s “Go Set a Watchman” on Tuesday.
Don Winslow affirms his status as one of the best American writers with “The Cartel,” his novel about the Mexican-American drug wars.
Jeffrey Condran’s debut novel is a story about a lot of things: Prague and what it is to be an American living in this city post-9/11.
The 104th Annual Exhibition of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh continues through next Sunday.
University of Pittsburgh lecturer Adriana Ramirez has won the PEN/Fusion Emerging Writer’s $10,000 prize with her collection “Dead Boys.”
The sequel to Kathleen Shoop’s “The Last Letter,” titled “The Road Home,” continues the Arthur family saga.
Author explains how four of the Founding Fathers helped forge a nation in “The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution.”
The book by Tim Weiner presents a fascinating look at America’s most troubled president.
“Drunken Fireworks” is a perfect audio companion for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.