Posts tagged "Philip Roth"

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What Would Philip Roth Do?

by admin

What would Philip Roth do? This question, Ann Patchett said this week, is the running joke between her and her agent, as the writer sorts through the fluff...read »

Guest Post by Jack Miles: The NBCC at 35, the 1980s and 1990s

by Jane Ciabattari

Former NBCC president Jack Miles sends us these reminiscences from the late 1980s and early 1990s. The members of the NBCC board in the late eighties and...read »

In Retrospect: Wyatt Mason on Philip Roth’s “The Ghost Writer”

by Jane Ciabattari

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Celebrating Philip Roth #2: 1988 Acceptance Speech for “The Counterlife”

by Jane Ciabattari

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Celebrating Philip Roth #3: A Timeline in Reviews

by Jane Ciabattari

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Celebrating Philip Roth #4: Nathan Englander on How “Portnoy’s Complaint” Opened His Eyes

by admin

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Celebrating Philip Roth #5:  Wyatt Mason Revisits “The Ghost Writer”

by Jane Ciabattari

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Roundup: A(nother) Roth Controversy, and more

by Mark Athitakis (membership)

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