After the show accumulated more than 1.3 billion views, China's government took it down.
These reading resolutions will make 2014 your most literary year yet.
Last night James McBride's 'The Good Lord Bird' won the National Book Award, proving that novels can no longer be dismissed as politically irrelevant.
Daniel Alarcón's third book, 'At Night We Walk In Circles', captures a generation longing for more than its era can offer.
Critics are dumbfounded by the fact that Bill Cheng, a Chinese American from Queens, New York, wrote his debut novel about rural Mississippi. Would a white writer have received the same response?