FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Beth Parker, Beth Parker PR, Beth@bethparkerpr.com Laurie Hertzel, NBCC President, firstname.lastname@example.org 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
The NBCC membership has selected the following titles as finalists for the John Leonard Prize for the best first book published in 2019: Fleishman Is In Trouble, Taffy Brodesser-Akner (Random
We Need Your Help Selecting the Next Sandrof Award Honoree Each year, the NBCC board selects a person or institution to win the Ivan Sandrof Lifetime Achievement Award, and we’d
Anita Felicelli reviewed Johanna Stoberock’s novel Pigs for On the Seawall, and spotlighted a dozen books that blur genre borders (including NBCC finalist Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go) for Electric Literature. George
It’s October 9, 2019, and you’ll see that our site looks a bit different today. We’re excited that we’ve been able to make these initial cosmetic changes and updates. We’ve
In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one