Posts tagged "Scott Esposito"

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NBCC Reads: Spring 2009

by James Marcus

Visitors to Critical Mass will recall that in the fall, we canvassed the membership (as well as former winners and nominees) about which books best captured...read »

NBCC Reads: Translation Panel, San Francisco, October 13

by Eric Banks

NBCC READS: Translation Panel National Book Critics Circle, Litquake, and City Lights present Collapsing Borders: Reading Global Culture Through Literary...read »

Guest Post by Scott Esposito: Report on the NBCC Reads/Litquake/ City Lights Translation Panel

by Jane Ciabattari

Scott Esposito edits the online magazine of book reviews and essays the Quarterly Conversation. He’s written on literature for various publications and blogs...read »

In Retrospect: Scott Esposito on Norman Rush’s “Mating”

by Jane Ciabattari

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Roundup: Egan’s Pulitzer, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and more

by Mark Athitakis (membership)

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