I wondered that is there any new book that is written in latin publishing now ?
Like new latin books in 21st century. If so what is the difference of new published books from the literature of classical authors.
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Yes, precisely one crapload. There is a large number of Latin "novellas" as they're called which are typically written by bored Latin teachers with too much time on their hands for their students. They are usually levelled for different levels of proficiency. On the other hand, there are a bunch of translations of modern books into classical Latin, including Winnie ille Pu, Hobbitus Ille, Harrius Potter et Philosophiae Lapis, and some others.
The major difference I've noticed is that Classical authors were writing about their own times in their own language. Many of these new Latin novellas cover classical contents like mythology or family life, but are often seen through a lens of our own modern culture. So there might be commentary on topics like slavery, military conquest and genocide with our modern preconceptions attached.
So if you want to read new content, which is almost always written for classroom use, they are worth checking out.
A word of advice though, Winnie ille Pu is brutal, it is not an easy read by any stretch of the imagination.
Here's a list I started to compile, most of which can be found at Amazon:
In addition to these, Wikipedia also has a list of many others: List of Latin translations of modern literature