by David Varno | Jan-20-2011
Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times Book Review have all reinvented their book review sections. As part of a National Book Critics Circle conversation at the Center For Fiction, the editors spoke of what's coming next.
Listen to the recording below, from the event on January 19, 2011 at the Center for Fiction in New York, NY.
Book Reviews, RevampedJanuary 20, 2011, length:
With: Barbara Hoffert, Book Review Editor, Library Journal; Jennifer B. McDonald, Staff Editor, the New York Times Book Review; Robert Messenger, Books Editor, the Wall Street Journal; Craig Morgan Teicher, Senior Web Editor, Publishers Weekly; Jane Ciabattari, President, National Book Critics Circle, Moderator
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