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From the Critical Mass blog

Coming up During BEA Week: NBCC Membership Meeting, Beyond the Buzz Panel

The National Book Critics Circle's annual General Membership Meeting, which coincides with this year's Book Expo America. The meeting is open to all

GONE FISHING

Critical Notes will return next week.....  

May showers readers with audio books by Alec Baldwin and Sarah Dunant, book to film deals, and more

May Day! May Day! These releases will save you from bad reality television and boredom. NBCC board member and Balakian winner Katherine A. Powers

Galloping into Summer Reading with Russo, Ford and More

The Kentucky Derby has been run, the Preakness Stakes is coming up and the stampede of summer books begins. For the Portland Press Herald, Michael