June, 2006

The NYTBR Best Books Vote: Why Rick Moody Chose Grace Paley’s “The Collected Stories.”

by Rick Moody | Jun-09-2006

As part of our efforts to uncover The Rest of the Best, we've been contacting the judges to ask what they voted for, and why. Here's Rick Moody: "I was...read »

Reviewing 101: John Updike’s rules

by John Freeman | Jun-08-2006

Thirty-one years ago, in the introduction to "Picked Up Pieces," his second collection of assorted prose, John Updike laid down his own six rules for...read »

The NYTBR Best Books: Why Thomas Mallon Voted for “Underworld”

by Thomas Mallon | Jun-06-2006

As part of our efforts to uncover The Rest of The Best, we've been contacting the judges to ask what they voted for, and why. Here's Thomas...read »

The NYTBR Best Book Votes: Why Andrew Sean Greer Chose The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay

by Andrew Sean Greer | Jun-06-2006

As part of our efforts to uncover The Rest of The Best, we've been contacting the judges to ask what they voted for, and why. Here's Andrew Sean...read »

The NYTBR Best Book Votes: Why Madison Smartt Bell Didn’t Chose Just One Best Book

by admin | Jun-04-2006

As part of our efforts to uncover The Rest of The Best, we've been contacting the judges to ask what they voted for, and why. Here's Madison Smartt...read »

The NYTBR Best Book Votes: Why Mary Karr Chose Blood Meridian

by Mary Karr | Jun-03-2006

As part of our efforts to uncover The Rest of The Best, we've been contacting the judges to ask what they voted for, and why. Here's Mary Karr, who we spoke...read »

The NYTBR Best Book Votes: Why Roxana Robinson Chose The Hours

by Roxana Robinson | Jun-03-2006

As part of our efforts to uncover The Rest of The Best, we've been contacting the judges to ask what they voted for, and why. Here's Roxana...read »

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