Six writers will not attend 5 May gala after award for satirical magazine.
Employees have allegedly downloaded content illegally, in the form of an ebook on online piracy
Harry Potter-themed live action role play (Larp) cast its spell over more than a hundred would-be sorcerers.
Giuliana Rancic tells all in new memoir Going Off Script.
IBTimes UK interviews Robin Stevens, author of Murder Most Unladylike, on International Children's Book Day
Smoke and Shadow, the latest three-part comic series will focus on Fire Lord Zuko and Mai.
The world's largest collection of Harry Potter memorabilia has gone on display in Mexico City's Classic Toy Museum.
Campaigners say that the house is in urgent need of €1m of repairs to save it from ruin.
World Book Day, celebrated on 5 March, promotes a love of books and reading among children.
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter, gave a preview of its expansion.
Project co-ordinator Claus Raasted hopes to create a permanent home for the magical college.
Edward Sheriff Curtis dedicated his life to photographing the lives of Native American people.
You won't recognise these people but you will know the images they are holding.
The film adaptation of Fifty Shades Of Grey will premiere at the Berlin Film Festival on 11 February.
BBC documentary explores whether author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, pen name Lewis Carroll, was a paedophile