April, 2011

Roundup: Francisco Goldman’s “Say Her Name” and more

by Mark Athitakis (membership) | Apr-18-2011

A host of critics are enthusing about Say Her Name, a novel by Francisco Goldman that tests the boundaries between fiction and memoir. In the »

November, 2010

Roundup, Mark Twain Edition

by Eric Banks | Nov-15-2010

A century after his death, Mark Twain continues to get plenty of prime review coverage. Edmund Morris writes on the University of California Press’ »

August, 2010

NBCC Roundup August 11, 2010

by Bethanne Patrick | Aug-12-2010

Harvey Freedenberg reviews Bring On the Books for Everybody: How Literary Culture Became Popular Culture, by Jim Collins, for Shelf Awareness: »

July, 2010

NBCC Roundup July 28, 2010

by Bethanne Patrick | Jul-28-2010

Mary Ann Gwinn's Lit Life article in the Seattle Times looks at a local connection to the Google Books Project: Peter Leonard is a doctoral student »

NBCC Roundup July 22, 2010

by Bethanne Patrick | Jul-22-2010

      Adam Kirsch in Tablet on The Rebbe: The Life and Afterlife of Menachem Mendel Schneerson and Open Secret: Postmessianic Messianism and »

NBCC Roundup, July 14, 2010

by Bethanne Patrick | Jul-15-2010

  Ron Charles reviews What Is Left the Daughter, by Howard Norman: An award-winning translator who teaches creative writing at the University »

NBCC Roundup, July 6, 2010

by Bethanne Patrick | Jul-06-2010

  Ron Charles reviews David Mitchell's The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet in The Washington Post Book World: In the first part of the novel, »

Page 14 of 24 pages    ‹ First  < 12 13 14 15 16 >  Last ›

About the Critical Mass Blog

Commentary on literary criticism, publishing, writing, and all things NBCC related. It's written by independent members of the NBCC Board of Directors (see list of bloggers below).



Categories & Archives

Become a Friend of the NBCC

NBCC Awards

See all award winners

Find out how to submit

Read how we select

Frequently Asked Questions

Awards news

Videos and Podcasts

NBCC 2014 Awards Ceremony

Ben Fountain and Amy Tan at AWP with Jane Ciabattari

NBCC 2013 Finalists Reading

NBCC 2013 Awards Ceremony

NBCC Finalists Interviewed at The New School

Video: New Literary Journals

Video: The VIDA Count and Gender Bias in Book Reviewing

Podcast: What Is Criticism? NBCC Winners and Finalists at AWP

All videos and podcasts.

The postings on this blog represent the views and opinions of each individual poster and are not representative of views held by the National Book Critics Circle as an organization, or the NBCC board as a whole. Everything on this blog is copyright protected

Online Committee