“Love is what carries you, for it is always there, even in the dark, or most in the dark, but shining out at times like gold stitches in a piece
“To state quite simply what we learn in time of pestilence: that there are more things to admire in men than to despise.” — Albert Camus, The Plague Dear members,
Notice to members and NBCC awards attendees from President Laurie Hertzel:
We regret to inform you that all of the NBCC public events–the Finalists Reading, the awards ceremony and the membership meeting–have been canceled because of the threat of the coronavirus. The gala party will be postponed until fall.
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
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
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
It’s February and 2020 is in full effect, with this week’s batch of book reviews from members. Also, don’t forget to order your tickets for the NBCC Gala Fundraiser, following
Earlier this month, we proudly announced the 30 finalists in six categories for our annual book awards. In the coming weeks, NBCC board members will be spotlighting each title on
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