Posts tagged "James Marcus"

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Book Coverage Expanding at CJR

by Jane Ciabattari

While book coverage shrinks, the Columbia Journalism Review is expanding. Today they launched a new feature called Page Views—additional, online-only book...read »

Remembering John Updike: James Marcus Talks with Updike about his “Bech” Novels

by Jane Ciabattari

National Book Critics Circle board member James Marcus interviewed John Updike in 1998 about his “Bech” novels. In 1970 John Updike unleashed his Jewish...read »

John Updike, March 18, 1932-January 27, 2009

by Jane Ciabattari

Sadly, sadly, we note that John Updike died this morning. He had been ill with lung cancer. His work has been honored for many decades by the National Book...read »

Remembering John Updike: James Marcus Talks with Updike about his “Bech” Novels

by Jane Ciabattari

National Book Critics Circle board member James Marcus interviewed John Updike in 1998 about his “Bech” novels: In 1970 John Updike unleashed his Jewish...read »

James Marcus on Aldo Buzzi at 99

by Eric Banks

Yesterday was the 99th birthday of the Italian author, filmmaker, and erstwhile architect Aldo Buzzi. At the House of Mirth, NBCC board member James Marcus...read »



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