Video: NBCC 2013 Awards Ceremony


Video by Kevin Kino. Luis Jaramillo welcomes the NBCC to the New School for the 2013 Awards Ceremony, followed by an introduction from Laurie Muchnick. Carolyn Kellogg introduces Sue Leonard,

RIP Louis D. Rubin, Jr., NBCC Sandrof Award Winner

By Jane Ciabattari

Louis D. Rubin, author, critic, and cofounder of Algonquin Books, has died. Rubin, who was awarded the NBCC's Sandrof Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2005, mentored generations of Southern writers,

Remembering John Mark Eberhart

By Steve Paul

John Mark Eberhart, who presided over books coverage at The Kansas City Star for nine years, died of cancer on March 19. He was 52. A poet, musician and all-around

Paul Fussell, 1924-2012

By Mark Athitakis

Paul Fussell died today, the New York Times reports. He was 88. The critic and historian received the first NBCC award in criticism for his 1975 book, The Great War

Small Press Spotlight: Douglas Ray

By Rigoberto Gonzalez

Author Photo: Jane Rule Burdine He Will Laugh, Lethe Press, 2012. Douglas Ray, a 2010 Lambda Literary Foundation poetry fellow, teaches at Indian Springs School, a boarding and day school

Adrienne Rich, 1929-2012

By Stephen Burt

Poet Adrienne Rich died March 27 at 82. She was an NBCC awards finalist three times, winning for her 2004 collection, The School Among the Ruins. Below, NBCC board member

Video: NBCC Membership Meeting: YA and Beyond

By David Varno

March 8, 2012, The New School, New York, NY   Video courtesy of Paige Zelinsky YA and Beyond: The Flexible Boundaries of Publishing for Young Adult Readers Panelists Include: Lev