NEW YORK (AP) — Charles Yu's “Interior Chinatown,” a satirical, cinematic novel written in the form of a screenplay, has won the National Book Award for fiction.
NEW YORK (AP) — Two of the summer's most talked about novels, Brit Bennett's “The Vanishing Half” and Megha Majumdar's “A Burning,” are on the National Book Awards fiction longlist. Judges also...
NEW YORK (AP) — Walter Mosley is receiving an honorary National Book Award, cited for dozens of books which range from science fiction and erotica to the acclaimed mystery series that has followed...
“Trouble Is What I Do,” Mulholland Books, by Walter Mosley
Many years ago, a Mississippi bluesman named Catfish Worry had an affair with the daughter of a wealthy white banker whose...
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A proposal in the New York Legislature would overhaul the state's parole system to shift its emphasis on technical violations such as missing curfew to a series of incentives that reward good behavior.
The bill announced Tuesday is sponsored by Democratic Assemblyman Walter Mosley, of Brooklyn, and is based on research from Columbia University; the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice; and other advocates for criminal justice reform.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Excerpts from upcoming works by Barbara Kingsolver, Walter Mosley and dozens of other authors are available through a free download.
"Down the River Unto the Sea" (Mulholland Books), by Walter Mosley
Few mystery writers can examine issues of race — how it divides and binds people — as clearly and unflinchingly as Walter Mosley, who returns to this theme in his stand-alone novel "Down the River Unto the Sea."
NEW YORK (AP) — Toni Morrison praised the power of literature and the "community" of writers. James Patterson told some jokes, and even sang.
Both received Distinguished Service Awards Wednesday night at the 25th annual Authors Guild dinner gala, held in Manhattan. The Guild, which represents thousands of published writers, also gave a service award to the heads of the self-publishing platform IngramSpark.