Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Orhan Kemal, a Turkish writer, will be commutated during the 7th Çukurova Book fair
The Culture and Tourism Ministry is looking for literate minstrels in order to keep the tradition of minstrelsy (aşıklık) alive
The world’s largest book fair, the 65th Frankfurt Book Fair, has opened with more than 7,000 exhibitors from around the world. Turkey is participating in the fair with nearly 200 publishing houses
This year’s New York Comic Con might not look that different from years past: costumed fans, panels of pop culture luminaries and a sprawling floor of vendors and artists
In a year with no clear favorites, Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami appears to be the front-runner to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Canadian Alice Munro won the Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday for finely-tuned story telling that made her what the award-giving committee called the "master of the contemporary short story"
‘Murder in Salonika, 1876: A Tale of Apostasy and International Crisis’ by Berke Torunoğlu
Oscar Hijuelos, the Cuban-American author best known for his Pulitzer-prize winning novel "The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love," died
Bridget Jones returns after a 14-year break on Thursday, in a new book which sees the famed British singleton widowed with two children but still grappling with modern life and unsuitable men.