March, 2008

Book Buzz at the Salon du Livre

by admin | Mar-25-2008

NBCC member Lauren Elkin,a PhD candidate in English literature at the Université de Paris VII and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York,...read »

Two Questions for Chitra Divakaruni

by admin | Mar-25-2008

In her poetry, story collections and novels, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni explores the experience of contemporary Indian women, mostly immigrants to America...read »

I must go down to the sea again

by admin | Mar-24-2008

Last Thursday, PEN chose a rather grand location to announce the participants in the next World Voices Festival: that would be the Queen Mary 2, docked out in...read »

The Litblog Coop (R.I.P.)

by admin | Mar-23-2008

The Litblog Coop came on the scene in the spring of 2005 as a coordinated effort to promote awareness of—as its website put it—“the best of contemporary...read »

SMALL PRESS SPOTLIGHT: STELLA POPE DUARTE

by admin | Mar-23-2008

If I Die in Juárez, University of Arizona Press, 2008.Stella Pope Duarte is also the author of Let Their Spirits Dance (2002) and the story collection...read »

THE DARK HORSE

by admin | Mar-22-2008

One beneficial result of the NBCC’s Critical Library series has been the rediscovery of hitherto-forgotten classics of criticism. Nothing surprised former...read »

“After the Smoke Clears: Reviewing Writing about Africa”

by admin | Mar-21-2008

Fifty years ago the literary landscape shifted with the publication of Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart.” “The book wrote me,”...read »

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