BYU religion professor reconsiders Church history with new book
Religion professor Anthony Sweat released a book that was seven years in the making. His book, Repicturing the Restoration shares 25 original painting depicting never before seen art from Church history.
Saints Volume 2: No Unhallowed Hand launches
The second volume of the series "Saints" published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, came out on Feb. 12.
Provo Library’s Regency Tea Party a success
Jane Austen fans in fancy hats and dresses gathered at the Provo City Library ballroom for the library's first-ever Regency Tea Party held Saturday, Oct. 26. Guests also listened to a panel of four local Regency authors during the tea party.
BYU alumna’s book about burn survivor debuts
BYU alumna Erin Stewart released her book “Scars Like Wings,” a story inspired by burn victims and their struggles and triumphs.
Local, independent bookstores thrive despite predictions of demise
Small, local bookstores have been said to be in danger of dying over the last decade. Articles in major media and research journals have warned that e-books are taking over the literary world and bringing an end to the reading of hard-copy books. But some think hard-copy books aren't going away any time soon.
BYU professor debuts YA fiction novel on mental health
BYU professor and newly-published author Spencer Hyde has loved reading since a very young age. But it wasn't until he became a graduate student that he decided he wanted to write and publish a novel. Every day after class, he said he would spend two hours "in very uncomfortable chairs" writing his debut novel, "Waiting for Fitz."