Scaling the world's highest mountains propels the prose of Huang Nubo to soaring heights.
Publishers are looking toward more dazzling book designs to survive the shift toward e-book readers, such as Amazon's Kindle and Apple's iPad.
When Wu Ximan passed by Wudaokou in late October, he was surprised to find the bookstore O2SUN he used to frequent had been closed down.
Representatives of more than 20 Chinese children's books publishing houses met with their foreign counterparts to examine market trends at a seminar in Beijing.
Much of Taiwan poet Hsi Mu-jung's work is about the loss and rediscovery of her homeland.
Ten science fiction writers, publications and organizations won the second Xingyun Awards, the only international awards for Chinese-language sci-fi writers.
Most poets spend their lives in shadowed quietude, in the wake of the golden years for poetry in the late 1970s and the entire '80s.
Zhang Yali recalls how she joined her fellow students in a long line, in front of a truck, to obtain a copy of Hsi Mu-jung's first poetry anthology, Common Jasmine Orange.
Gish Jen, born to immigrant Chinese parents, is giving US literary heavyweights a run for their money.
Alai's voyage to become the best-known Tibetan author was anything but smooth sailing - especially navigating the choppy waters of writing outside his mother tongue.
Pinkney brings a similar sumptuous aesthetic to the re-imagining of the familiar bedtime lullaby.
The bilingual book is a collection of the most successful design and research programs from students, academics, artists and designers.