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National Book Foundation, presenter of the National Book Awards. Dedicated to the celebration of the best literature in America.
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Over at , they're counting down the year's biggest literary news stories, including the addition of the category for Translated Literature and the inaugural winner, THE EMISSARY by Yoko Tawada, translated by Margaret Mitsutani.
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"...a captivating read, but far more than that, it illuminates several major forms of injustice which characterize these women’s lives." on Inside This Place, Not of It (), a 's Literature for Justice pick.
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☃️ Holiday giveaway alert! 🎁 Sign up for our newsletter using this link and you'll be entered to win copies of all five of the 2018 titles! 📚
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The recommendations continue with best-selling authors like 2018 Winner Elizabeth Acevedo ()!
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We believe in the transformative and sustaining power of literature, and that every reader in every community deserves access to great books. If you believe the same, consider making a year-end contribution to our Season's Readings campaign.
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. offers a look at the work and influences of ten poets published this year, including Finalists Diana Khoi Nguyen () and Jenny Xie (), as well as the 2018 Winner Justin Phillip Reed ().
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. critics discuss their top titles of 2018, including books by Whiting winners Deborah Eisenberg, Lisa Halliday, Terrance Hayes, Denis Johnson, and winner Sigrid Nunez!
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National Book Foundation Dec 13
“I just wanted to do one thing well, and [writing] was the thing.” From the , a profile on the remarkable career and work of Sigrid Nunez, whose novel THE FRIEND won the 2018 for Fiction.
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National Book Foundation Dec 13
ICYMI: Our very own Lisa Lucas () joined and Anna Todd () on the this morning to recommend a few of their favorite books of the year for all your holiday shopping needs!
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“I want people to have a deep and personal reckoning. One by one.” From , a profile of former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey (), whose collection MONUMENT was longlisted for the 2018 .
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National Book Foundation Dec 12
A highlight of Rebecca's year and a highlight of ours: Notes from the Reading Life, Edition, presented in partnership with .
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Five books that explore our nation's prisons and the crisis of mass incarceration, chosen by as part of their Literature for Justice program.
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National Book Foundation Dec 11
Tonight in Long Island City! Don't miss three remarkable writers and 5 Under 35 honorees: Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah (FRIDAY BLACK), Hannah Lillith Assadi (SONORA), and Keith Gessen (A TERRIBLE COUNTRY).
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National Book Foundation Dec 11
We're thrilled for all of the exceptional writers on the 2019 Literary Awards Longlists, and a special shoutout to the many 2018 authors and translators!
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“We write to remind ourselves we are still here & that we can still heal." Congrats to on winning the award for Young People’s Literature! Watch her powerful poetry here:
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National Book Foundation Dec 11
A morning spent with a book does indeed sound perfectly lovely.
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National Book Foundation Dec 11
We are on our way to the goal for our 2018 Season's Readings campaign, but need your help to get there! Every dollar donated means more free books in the hands of families, more authors presenting across the country, and more literary joy in 2019.
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Eat, Drink & be Literary is now on sale for Members! This year features Robert A. Caro, John Edgar Wideman, Sloane Crosley (), and Min Jin Lee (). Presented in partnership w/.
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National Book Foundation Dec 10
Need some gift suggestions for the science-minded reader in your life? shares their Best Science Books of 2018.
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National Book Foundation Dec 10
Let 's 2018 book concierge guide you to all of your holiday shopping. There are over 300 tailored recommendations to explore, including plenty of Winners, Finalists, and Longlisters.
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