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National Book Foundation Sep 17
📚 Don't miss a single Longlist! We are overjoyed to be welcoming the authors and translators of these fifty titles into the family! 📚
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National Book Foundation Sep 13
🎊 Ten more titles join the family! We're delighted to share the Longlist for the 2018 National Book Award for Nonfiction! 🎊
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National Book Foundation Sep 13
📖 Day two of announcements! We’re thrilled to share the Longlist for the 2018 National Book Award for Poetry! 📖
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Literary Hub Sep 14
"I’m grateful for anyone who takes their time to even consider reading anything I’ve put out there." When -finalist Tommy Orange took the Lit Hub Questionnaire.
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National Book Foundation Sep 21
Tickets are on sale now for the 2018 National Book Awards Finalists Reading! Don't miss your chance to see this year's Finalists all in one place!
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David Canfield Sep 14
Wow. Tommy Orange! Rebecca Makkai! Jamel Brinkley! Nafissa Thompson-Spires! Personal faves on a ridiculously good fiction longlist. All 50 books included this week here at :
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Andrew LaVallee Sep 14
fiction longlist: A Lucky Man Gun Love Florida The Boatbuilder Where the Dead Sit Talking An American Marriage The Great Believers The Friend There There Heads of the Colored People
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Literary Hub Sep 13
Read an excerpt from -finalist Jeffrey C. Stewart's "The New Negro: The Life of Alain Locke".
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Olivia Cappello Sep 14
I texted my partner "NBA longlist is here" and he knew I was talking about novels and not basketball and was VERY excited to check it out together and plot which books we are reading next
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National Book Foundation 19h
The shortlist was announced this week, and features new titles from authors Rachel Kushner and Richard Powers.
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Haymarket Books Sep 13
Congratulations, Rebecca Solnit! Call Them By Their True Names has been longlisted for the 2018 for nonfiction!
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Viking Sep 14
🎊🌟 We are THRILLED to announce that 's THE GREAT BELIEVERS has been longlisted for the Award for Fiction! 🌟🎊
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Eric Clapp Sep 14
I’ve read 3/50 books on this year’s longlist. That means 47 books in 2 months. Let’s get to it!
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National Book Foundation Sep 19
We are over the moon for Finalist , who was yesterday named the youngest winner ever of the Forward Poetry Prize! If you've somehow missed it, don't forget to read Danez's incredible collection, DON'T CALL US DEAD.
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Lance Cleland Sep 14
And an afternoon glass to 2016 Scholars and who also received nominations this year.
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Literary Hub Sep 14
"I reread Middlemarch once a year. I just want to live inside George Eliot’s warmth and wisdom for a little while." -finalist Lauren Groff on the book she rereads the most.
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LA Review of Books Sep 14
. on the "painful and poignant" "An American Marriage" by .
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Random House Sep 13
Join us in congratulating & on their nomination for BROTHERS OF THE GUN: A MEMOIR OF THE SYRIAN WAR!
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Poets & Writers Sep 13
: has announced the longlist for its 2018 poetry award. Rae Armantrout, Terrance Hayes, Forrest Gander, J. Michael Martinez, , , , , ,
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GoodmorningMenagerie Sep 20
There should be a national book award for chapbooks
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