July, 2007

Dog Days of Summer Reads: Jane Ciabattari

by Jane Ciabattari | Jul-10-2007

I just finished Joshua Clark's Heart Like Water, a beautifully written, sometimes comic, sometimes angry, always gripping memoir of his days in New Orleans...read »

Dog Days of Summer Reads: Steve Weinberg

by Steve Weinberg | Jul-06-2007

Like my 23 colleagues on the NBCC board of directors, much of my "discretionary" reading time is devoted to examining books that might end up as winners in...read »

Dog Days of Summer Reads: Mary Ann Gwinn

by Mary Ann Gwinn | Jul-05-2007

I have an oppressive list of books I’m supposed to be reading, but on the insistence of a friend, I picked up a copy of "Old Filth" by Jane Gardam (Europa...read »

Dog Days of Summer Reads: Lev Grossman

by Lev Grossman | Jul-04-2007

I'm reading Girls of Riyadh, by Rajaa Alsanea, which was I think a bit of a succes de scandale when it was first published in Arabic in Lebanon two years...read »

Dog Days of Summer Reads: Jessa Crispin

by Jessa Crispin | Jul-04-2007

"What books to take on a journey? It is an interesting -- and important -- problem. In West Africa once I had made the mistake of taking 'The Anatomy of...read »

Dog Days of Summer Reads: Ellen Heltzel

by admin | Jul-02-2007

As we tip toward the holiday, NBCC board member Ellen Heltzel sends this dispatch: The most remarkable book I've read this summer is "The Song...read »

Footnote to Reading the World

by Anna Clark | Jul-02-2007

As Reading the World wrapped up over the weekend, it's worth celebrating the top-notch titles promoted by publishers and independent booksellers across the...read »

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