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Sunday listening: Winner Ha Jin joins to discuss his most recent book, THE BANISHED IMMORTAL, which explores the life of the 8th Century Chinese poet Li Bai.
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National Book Foundation Jul 19
"They couldn’t know what it’s like to be me... and I didn’t really believe I understood them, even as they determined so much of what was possible in my life." At , Finalist Claudia Rankine interrogates unknowable privilege and oppression.
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National Book Foundation Jul 12
At the , an interview with Finalist Colin G. Calloway, who discusses THE INDIAN WORLD OF GEORGE WASHINGTON and how reexamining the past can help us rethink our present.
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National Book Foundation Jul 18
In 2016, took home the for THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD, a look at our nation's cruel and racist history. In THE NICKEL BOYS, on sale this week, he confronts the brutal discrimination that persisted well beyond slavery.
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National Book Foundation Jul 17
At Seattle's , Joan Didion's moving and heartbreaking Winner THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING is taking the stage.
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National Book Foundation Jul 20
"Be kind to everybody. Make art. Fight the power." Revisit the 2016 acceptance speech delivered by , whose new novel, THE NICKEL BOYS, is on sale this week.
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National Book Foundation Jul 20
NBF Presents is bringing -honored authors to five new cities this summer: Akron, OH, New Bedford, MA, Sarasota, FL, Fort Wayne, IN, and Roanoke, VA. Check out our website for more info on the events, and we'll see you on the road!
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National Book Foundation Jul 15
The new novel by Winner is everywhere! Watch the profile from this past weekend's , where he discusses his career and the dark history that inspired his new book, THE NICKEL BOYS.
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National Book Foundation Jul 16
"The best story is one that reveals a truth, like something you see and understand in a dream but forget as soon as you wake up." At The , a new novella by Finalist Mary Gaitskill.
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National Book Foundation Jul 13
"The narration is disciplined and the sentences plain and sturdy... Every chapter hits its marks." From , a look at Winner 's new novel and how his writing has evolved to confront difficult American histories.
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National Book Foundation Jul 14
From the new introduction of Virginia Woolf's NIGHT AND DAY, Finalist parses the complexities of Woolf's sophomore novel and the circumstances surrounding its creation.
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National Book Foundation Jul 18
👀 Look what arrived today! 🎉 Save the date: November 20, 2019
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National Book Foundation Jul 13
Seeking some guidance on what titles to look out for in the rest of 2019? shares some of the most anticipated books, including the newest from authors, 5 Under 35 honorees, Lit for Justice authors, and more.
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National Book Foundation Jul 16
Get you a book that can do both. At , suggests titles that bend and blend genre, including -honored books like BELOVED and MADELEINE IS SLEEPING.
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Lisa Lucas Jul 18
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