Harper Lee's Editor and Publisher Swear She's Excited About New Book

Excitement among literary fans has been at its peak since news broke Tuesday that HarperCollins would be publishing Go Set a Watchman, a lost-now-found novel by beloved To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee. Reactions to the announcement have ranged from overjoyed to suspicious and now Lee's editor Hugh Van Dusen… » 2/04/15 3:50pm 2/04/15 3:50pm

Harper Lee Sues Hometown Museum for Peddling Mockingbird Tchotchkes

For an 87-year-old one-(huge) hit-wonder, Harper Lee has been in the news a lot recently, from that time back in early May when she sued an agent for allegedly “duping” her into signing over the copyright to To Kill a Mockingbird six years ago, to her current lawsuit against a museum in her Alabama hometown for the… » 10/19/13 1:30pm 10/19/13 1:30pm

Harper Lee Sues Slimy Agent Over To Kill a Mockingbird Copyright

If you’re a literate adult (or near-adult), you’ve probably read To Kill a Mockingbird, or at least rolled your eyes when some new conversational partner enthusiastically told you at a party that his or her favorite book ever is To Kill a Mockingbird, which personal revelation you probably took to mean that the person… » 5/05/13 12:00pm 5/05/13 12:00pm