LIVE WEBCAST, LIVE BLOGGING of NBCC’s 35th anniversary tonight

by Jane Ciabattari | Sep-12-2009

Please join the National Book Critics Circle for two events this weekend in New York City.

LIVE WEBCAST AND LIVE BLOGGING
Please tune in to join a celebration of NBCC at 35 this Saturday night, 7 pm EST
After 35 Years, Now What!
Doctorow and Ashbery Help National Book Critics Circle Celebrate 35th Year at WNYC’s Greene Performance Space
What: Now What! The National Book Critics Circle at 35
When: September 12, 2009, 7:00, P.M.
Live webcast: http://www.wnyc.org/thegreenespace
Live blogging on Critical Mass: http://bookcritics.org/blog/
Details here.

Look for guest posts about the past, present and future of the NBCC on Critical Mass.  (Not too late to send you 250-word speculation about the future of the NBCC and book culture).

Also, on Sunday we hope you’ll join us at the Brooklyn Book Festival:

National Book Critics Circle “Name that Author” contest
Brooklyn Book Festival, Sunday, September 13, 2009.
12 pm on the main stage
Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn

Details here.

 




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