by David Varno | Apr-05-2011
The National Book Critics Circle commemorated Small Press Month 2011 with a panel discussion moderated by Library Journal's Barbara Hoffert on the challenges that face critics who review small-press books. With (from left to right) Tim W. Brown, author of the novels Deconstruction Acres, Left of the Loop, Walking Man, and Second Acts; John Deming, editor of Coldfront Magazine; John Reed, NBCC board member and Book Review editor of The Brooklyn Rail; and John Madera, editor of Big Other.
Small Press Month is a nationwide celebration highlighting the valuable work produced by independent publishers. Held annually in March, Small
Press Month raises awareness about the need for broader venues of literary expression, showcasing some of the most diverse, exciting, and significant voices being published today.
NBCC Celebrates Small Press Month at NYU BookstoreApril 05, 2011, length:
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