Board Members

Michael Miller

NBCC VP/Treasurer
none
Bookforum
350 Seventh Avenue, 19th Fl
NY NY 10001
New York, NY 10001
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Michael Miller has held positions at the Village Voice Literary Supplement, Spin Magazine, and Time Out New York, where he was the literary editor and lead book critic from 2005 until 2010. He is currently an editor at Bookforum, where he commissions essays and reviews about fiction, poetry, and cultural criticism. He also co-edits the magazine’s website. His writing has appeared in The Village Voice, Time Out New York, Bookforum, the Believer, the Texas Observer, and Post Road. His term on the NBCC board ends in 2018.

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 2015 Awards Ceremony

NBCC 2015 Finalists Reading

NBCC 2014 Awards Ceremony

NBCC 2013 Awards Ceremony

NBCC 2013 Finalists Reading

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.




SIGN UP FOR CRITICAL NOTES

From the Critical Mass blog

What Are You Reading This Summer? [Part II]

  Summer reading from Peter Mendelsund, What We See When We Read (Vintage): My reading list: Unforbidden Pleasures by Adam Phillips Network

Critical Notes: Carolyn See, Jade Sharma, Nicole Dennis-Benn, Pamela Erens, and more

Author and former NBCC board member Carolyn See passed away at the age of 82.   Tom Beer, Newsday books editor and NBCC board president, reviewed

President’s Message to Membership: Choosing the #NBCCLeonard Awards

Dear NBCC members: With summer well under way, we're once again launching discussions for the John Leonard Prize. The prize, named for the

“What Are You Reading This Summer?” [Part I]

"I make it a summer tradition to re-read some Ashbery, who seems to suit the weather and my attendant mood; this year it's Rivers and Mountains and