NBCC president Laurie Hertzel interviewed Louise Erdrich about her new novel, The Night Watchman, and her grandfather, who inspired the main character. She also reviewed Rust, a memoir by Eliese Colette
When we meet Elwood, he’s a quiet high school student whose greatest act of rebellion is listening to a record album of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speeches. It’s the
NBCC friends and members: Our awards are coming March 12! The awards are free, followed by a post-awards celebratory fundraiser with drinks and snack and literary luminaries. Get tickets now.
Richard Santos, whose term on the board begins next month, wrote about the American Dirt controversy for Texas Monthly. Barbara J. King reviewed Lydia Denworth’s Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, and
To count down to our awards ceremony in March, members of the NBCC board of directors write tributes to our 30 finalists — 5 books each in 6 categories.
NBCC friends and members: Now is the time to order your tickets for the post-awards celebration! It’s March 12 in New York City directly after our awards ceremony, and is
Addicted to reading? Join us for our NBCC Awards on March 12 in New York City, for free. Buy your tickets for the fundraising reception following the awards ceremony that
The board of the National Book Critics Circle announces the finalists for its 2019 awards in six categories: Autobiography, Biography, Criticism, Fiction, Nonfiction and Poetry. The winners will be announced
We are pleased to announce the new board members of the National Book Critics Circle. The 24 member board sees 8 members rotate off each year and new members are
Clea Simon picked the 10 best YA books of the year, and also wrote about the YA trend of writing about gender and sexuality, both for the Boston Globe. Tobias