January, 2010

Scott McLemee on the Caribbean Review of Books, the Crisis in Haiti, and the “Economy of Attention”

by Eric Banks | Jan-27-2010

At Inside Higher Ed, board member Scott McLemee recently interviewed the Trinidad-based Caribbean Review of Books editor Nicholas Laughlin about the CRB's...read »

December, 2009

Six Questions for Bethanne Patrick, Editor of The Book Studio

by Scott McLemee | Dec-10-2009

NBCC member Bethanne Patrick has, in her time, been an editor for PAGES magazine, a contributing editor at Publishers Weekly, and the book blogger for the...read »

November, 2009

Jonathan Lethem’s Fantasy Bookshop

by Jane Ciabattari | Nov-13-2009

Q. NBCC award winner Jonathan Lethem, whose new novel, Chronic City, is set in Manhattan, has set a small used bookstore in Maine, called Red Gap, with...read »

October, 2009

Q&A: Jürgen Fauth of Fictionaut

by Eric Banks | Oct-21-2009

Fictionaut describes itself as “bring[ing] the social web to literary fiction” Co-founded in 2008 by Jürgen Fauth, a writer, editor, film critic, and...read »

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