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Guest Post: Jonah Raskin on What the French Are Reading

by Jane Ciabattari

NBCC member Jonah Raskin, in Paris to do readings and radio interview for his new book, Field Days, sends this dispatch on what the French are reading this...read »

Guest Post: Jonah Raskin on the Legal Battle for Control of Kerouac’s Estate

by Jane Ciabattari

Someday a scholar will write a book about the case. It will be about several generations in a New England family of French-Canadian descent named Kerouac. The...read »

Guest post by Jonah Raskin: The NBCC at 35

by Jane Ciabattari

NBCC member Jonah Raskin was inspired by Alfred Kazin. In 1967, the critic Alfred Kazin gave me advice when I began to review books. “Teach so you can...read »

NBCC Featured Reviews: Jonah Raskin on The Mark Twain Anthology, by Shelley Fisher Fishkin

by Eric Banks

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