A Message from NBCC Vice President/Membership Richard Z. Santos As Vice President of Membership, I would like to provide an update on the current state of the organization. In the
The National Book Critics Circle has reached a critical point in our 46-year history. We had intended to make a simple, yet powerful statement that Black Lives Matter. Recent events at
NOTE: The National Book Critics Circle formed a working committee, led by Hope Wabuke, to draft a statement in support of The Black Lives Matter movement and to identify tangible
An open letter to newspapers and other media outlets from the Authors Guild and the National Book Critics Circle Media outlets in particular have been hard hit by the COVID-19 crisis,
Aside from April being crueler than usual this year, it’s still National Poetry Month, and many of our members wrote about the work of poets. Ron Slate reviewed Maps and Transcripts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Beth Parker, Beth Parker PR, Beth@bethparkerpr.com Laurie Hertzel, NBCC President, email@example.com NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE ANNOUNCES WINNERS FOR 2019 AWARDS New York, NY (March 12, 2020)—Tonight, the National Book
Due to the volatile nature of the current health crisis, the National Book Critics Circle has cancelled its Finalists Reading on Wednesday, March 11 and its Awards Ceremony on Thursday, March 12th, normally held at the New School in New York City.
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.
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