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Rachel Fershleiser Nov 14
Almost as glam as usual
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Literary Hub Nov 14
Find out more about new winner in this great conversation:
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National Book Foundation Nov 14
The Poet X, by Elizabeth Acevedo has won the 2018 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature!
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90-Second Newbery Nov 14
What you need to watch next after livestream: on importance of being seen in stories
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Poets & Writers Nov 14
Isabel Allende is the first Spanish-language author to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award
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Jonny Diamond Nov 14
I even ironed this bag for tonight.
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New York Times Books Nov 14
Replying to @nytimesbooks
Sigrid Nuñez, who just won the National Book Award in Fiction: "For a writer, nothing is ever quite as bad as it is for other people, because no matter how dreadful, it could be of use."
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Poets & Writers Nov 14
“In a time when truth is very much in peril, books remain the ultimate repository of creative ideas and irreplaceable knowledge.” —, emcee of tonight’s ceremony
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Meg Nov 14
"I only know that learning to believe in the power of my own words has been the most freeing experience of my life. It has brought me the most light. And isn't that what a poem is? A lantern glowing in the dark." ― Elizabeth Acevedo, The Poet X
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Erin Fitzsimmons Nov 14
. just gave a shout out to the cover designs at the and I'm now officially dead ☠️☠️☠️
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Poets & Writers Nov 14
The winners of the 2018 National Book Awards were announced at a ceremony tonight in New York City. Congrats to Sigrid Nunez, , , Yoko Tawada, and Jeffrey C. Stewart
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Poets & Writers Nov 14
"Every single time I meet a reader who looks at me and says, 'I have never seen my story until I read yours," I am reminded of why this matters. It's about looking someone in the face and saying, I see you."
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Yahdon Israel Nov 14
Two years ago, I wrote a profile on ’s for about how she’s elevating literary culture by cultivating an inclusionary approach to engage readers. Tonight marks the third with her at the helm. Let’s celebrate her 🏆
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Literary Hub Nov 14
Here's a section of this year's nonfiction winner Jeffrey C. Stewart's The New Negro.
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Riverhead Books Nov 14
🎉🎉🎉 THE FRIEND by Sigrid Nunez wins the Award for fiction!!! 🎉🎉🎉
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Jenn Baker Nov 14
Off to rep at this year's ! Thanks to for the Nicole Miller dress in the clutch when my order didnt arrive!
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Danez Smith Nov 14
Nick Offerman is doing Ron as the host of the NBAs. I’m in love.
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Jenn Baker Nov 14
A sweep at this year's with Sigrid Nunez, Elizabeth Acevedo, Jeffrey C. Stewart, Justin Phillip Reed, and Yoko Tawada/Margaret Mitsutani!
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New York Times Books Nov 14
Replying to @AcevedoWrites
"Thank you to my family, to my homies, to my hood. I want to give thanks to my ancestors who are the reason I'm here," says , who said she comes from a Dominican family of storytellers
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Jenny Xie Nov 14
Livestreaming the instead of writing a novel synopsis :3
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