Marion Winik reviews Garth Risk Hallberg’s City on Fire for Newsday.
Pamela Erens defends Karl Ove Knausgaard and “autofiction” in the Virginia Quarterly Review.
Julia Klein reviews Hitler’s Art Thief: Hildebrand Gurlitt, the Nazis, and the Looting of Europe’s Treasures by Susan Ronald for The Forward.
For the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Julie Hakim Azzam interviews Rainbow Rowell about her upcoming young adult novel, Carry On.
Michelle Newby Lancaster reviews Fiston Mwanza Mujila’s Tram 83 for The Rumpus.
Fred Volkmer reviews The Whites by Richard Price writing as Harry Brandt for Southampton Press and 27east.
For his Rumpus series, Board member David Biespiel writes “Pedagogy of the Oppressed,” recalling Howard Zinn, Paolo Freire and Walt Whitman.
For WBUR's, The ARTery, Carol Iaciofano reviews Sherry Turkle's Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age.
For Open Letters Monthly, Rebecca Hussey reviews Vivian Gornick's The Odd Woman and the City.
Anne Payne reviews Susan Barker’s The Incarnations for the Florida Times Union’s Jacksonville.com.
For the San Francisco Chronicle, Elizabeth Rosner reviews The Prize by Jill Bialosky.
Board member and VP/online Jane Ciabattari reviews past NBCC fiction finalist Bonnie Jo Campbell's new story collection, Mothers, Tell Your Daughters, for NPR, and for the Literary Hub, she wraps up five books making news this week, including NBCC finalist Patti Smith's M Train.
For The Driftless Area Review Karl Wolff reviews Liberation, edited by Mark Ludwig.
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