March, 2007

What Are You Looking Forward to Reading This Spring?

by Jane Ciabattari | Mar-20-2007

In addition to the aforementioned Don DeLillo 9/11 novel,here are my most anticipated five (in alphabetical order): 1) Away, the new novel from...read »

Who the Hell is Troy Jollimore?

by admin | Mar-17-2007

By Kevin Prufer, NBCC Board Member   After the NBCC awards ceremony, the crowded reception, and a night on the town, I caught a cab back to the Pod...read »

Who the Hell is Troy Jollimore?

by Kevin Prufer | Mar-17-2007

After the NBCC awards ceremony, the crowded reception, and a night on the town, I caught a cab back to the Pod Hotel and fired up my laptop. It was just...read »

What Are You Looking Forward to Reading This Spring?

by Marcela Valdes | Mar-17-2007

1) The Savage Detectives by Roberto Bolaño (FSG): Roberto Bolaño may well be the most influential novelist to come out of Latin America in the past 30...read »

What are you looking forward to reading this spring?

by Steve Weinberg | Mar-16-2007

1.) Redbone: Money, Malice and Murder in Atlanta, Rod Stodghill, Amistad 2.) Rumsfeld: His Rise, Fall and Catastrophic Legacy, Andrew Cockburn,...read »

Lawrence Weschler’s Eyes

by John Freeman | Mar-08-2007

Today's posts will cover Lawrence Weschler's "Everything that Rises: A Book of Convergences," a finalist for the 2006 National Book Critics Circle Award for...read »

Kiran Desai: a Rootlessness which becomes Shelter

by Geeta Sharma Jensen | Mar-07-2007

Today's posts will focus on Kiran Desai's "The Inheritance of Loss," a finalist for the 2006 National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction.  She is...read »

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