Posts tagged "Jayne Anne Phillips"

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What I’m Looking Forward to Reading: Ellen Heltzel

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The 2009 book that just hit my nightstand is Lark & Termite, by Jayne Anne Phillips, to be published in January by Knopf. Phillips has bumped to the head of...read »

First Roundup of 2009

by Jane Ciabattari

Former NBCC President John Freeman spoke of his pleasure at discovering the work of Polish journalist Ryszard Kapucinski in Granta in 1996 at the party...read »

A REMINDER: NBCC Poetry Panel Tonight,  Awards Finalists Announcement Tomorrow

by Jane Ciabattari

Upcoming National Book Critics Circle events in New York City. Please join us. (If you can make it, let us know at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this...read »

30 Books in 30 Days: Lark and Termite, by Jayne Anne Phillips

by Jane Ciabattari

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National Book Critics Circle Awards Events, March 10-11, 2010

by Jane Ciabattari

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October 14 Reading by NBCC Finalists Marlon James, Jayne Anne Phillips, and Brenda Shaughnessy

by Jane Ciabattari

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Dispatch from NBCC Reading at NYU Bookstore

by Jane Ciabattari

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