St. Louis Book Blog
In celebration of its new edition, December magazine is holding a jazz event at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz, 3536 Washington Avenue.
Subterranean Books in University City says a book signing of "13 Hours" has been canceled.
Failing to clearly denounce racism wasn't the first big, news-making mistake by Missouri's Timothy M. Wolfe.
Newsman David Gregory has had to cancel his visit to the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival due to the death of his father, an event spokeswoman said.
Rating shows high per capita use in four key areas
Three suspense writers unite at Jewish Book Festival
Jon Meacham's biography of George H.W. Bush doesn't go on sale until Tuesday, but it's making headlines today with the news that the former president criticizes top officials in his son's White House.
She's one of 2015's most "celebrated literary stars," says the Guardian newspaper of Eileen Myles.
Usage up at Lewis & Clark
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says they must in 'Not in God's Name'
Annual event celebrates 37th year
The movie "Room" opens today in St. Louis, and Post-Dispatch reviewer Calvin Wilson, like most film critics, has given it high praise.
A documentary on poet Maya Angelou is slated for "American Masters" next year on PBS. The producer is seeking through Kickstarter, however, to raise some $150,000 to finish the project.
Stories about medical college founder Joseph Nash McDowell fills new book
Shrewsbury author Ann Leckie has been making the rounds talking about her new novel.
The Tesson Ferry library branch will close Nov. 14 so books can be moved to the new Grant's View.
Central West End store closed this summer
Robbie Montgomery's 'soulful Southern recipes' go on sale Tuesday
Best-selling author announced new series at Tuesday's event.
Storytelling concert kicks off G.H.O.S.T. Project
Eagerly awaited Lewis & Clark Branch will open on Wednesday.
For the second Lit in the Lou book festival, the events have moved indoors and a theme has been added. Local authors will talk about race, religion and gender in connection to the question “How does literature inform our personal and public lives?”
Amy Stewart will talk about her book Tuesday
The old Lewis & Clark branch will be remembered by the installation of some stained glass windows
The Book House has open-mic readings on Saturday