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In Retrospect: Afaa Michael Weaver on John Edgar Wideman’s “Brothers and Keepers”

by Jane Ciabattari

The following essay by National Book Critics Circle member Afaa M. Weaver on John Edgar Wideman’s “Brothers and Keepers,” a finalist for the 1984 NBCC Award...read »

In Retrospect: Rayyan Al-Shawaf on Andrea Levy’s “Small Island”

by Jane Ciabattari

The National Book Critics Circle’s “In Retrospect” series continues with NBCC member Rayyan Al-Shawaf on Andrea Levy’s “Small Island,” which was a finalist...read »

In Retrospect: Rayyan Al-Shawaf on Andrea Levy’s “Small Island”

by Jane Ciabattari

The National Book Critics Circle “In Retrospect” series, in which contemporary critics and writers reevaluate NBCC award winners from the past, continues...read »

In Retrospect: Emily Warn on Anne Winters’s “The Key to the City”

by Jane Ciabattari

The following essay by Emily Warn on Anne Winters’s “The Key to the City,” a 1986 finalist for the National Book Critics Circle award in poetry, is part of...read »

In Retrospect: Emily Warn on Anne Winters’s “The Key to the City”

by Jane Ciabattari

Emily Warn on Anne Winters’s “The Key to the City,” a 1986 finalist for the National Book Critics Circle award in poetry, is the newest installment in the...read »



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