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2008 Criticism Finalist Children’s Literature, by Seth Lerer

by admin

Each day leading up to the March 12 announcement of the 2008 NBCC awards, we highlight one of the thirty finalists. Today, NBCC board member Carlin Romano...read »

National Book Critics Circle Announces Award Winners

by Barbara Hoffert

For immediate release On Thursday, March 12, 2009, at a crowded ceremony at the New School in New York, the National Book Critics Circle announced the...read »

Roundup: 2008 NBCC Awards Ceremony Coverage

by Eric Banks

A few reactions to and coverage of the 2008 NBCC Awards Ceremony: At GalleyCat, an interview with poetry co-winner Juan Felipe Herrera (Half the World in...read »

2008 NBCC Awards Ceremony: Seth Lerer, Children’s Literature

by Eric Banks

Stanford professor Seth Lerer received the 2008 award in criticism for Children’s Literature: A Reader’s History from Aesop to Harry Potter. Here, Lerer...read »

My Alternate History of the National Book Critics Circle

by Jane Ciabattari

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