August, 2006

Thinking About New Orleans: Joshua Clark

by Jane Ciabattari | Aug-22-2006

Today we're kicking off a series about New Orleans writers. It's hard to judge how many writers have been displaced, dislocated and disoriented by Katrina...read »

The Critical I: Six Questions for M.A. Orthofer

by admin | Aug-21-2006

AS PART of an ongoing series, the NBCC will be talking to critics and book editors around the country. I recently located M.A. Orthofer, founder of the...read »

The Critical I: Six Questions for Tom Walker

by admin | Aug-11-2006

AS PART of an ongoing series, the NBCC will be talking to book editors and critics around the country. We recently caught up with Denver Post book editor...read »

The Critical I: Six Questions for Marcela Valdes

by admin | Aug-09-2006

AS PART of an ongoing series, the NBCC will be talking to book editors and critics around the country. We recently caught up with NBCC board member Marcela...read »

The Critical I: Six Questions for Fritz Lanham

by admin | Aug-08-2006

AS PART of an ongoing series, the NBCC will be talking to book editors and critics around the country. We recently caught up with member Fritz Lanham, book...read »

The Critical I: Six Questions for Fritz Lanham

by admin | Aug-08-2006

AS PART of an ongoing series, the NBCC will be talking to book editors and critics around the country. We recently caught up with member Fritz Lanham, book...read »

June, 2006

The NYTBR Best Books: Why William H. Pritchard predicted the lack of concensus

by admin | Jun-10-2006

From "Updike: America's Man of Letters." "Can one imagine a lively argument among three readers about artisitc superiority when the first's notion of a...read »

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