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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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Left Bank Books 54m
Tonight, 10/17: Award nominee signs and discusses his piercing new novel, WAITING FOR EDEN! 7pm at HQ.
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Finalist HER BODY AND OTHER PARTIES is making the leap from page to screen with an FX anthology series! Congrats, !
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Libro.fm 20h
Listen to these 2018 award finalists! Winners will be announced 11/14.
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We love visitors! The endlessly charming , 2017 Winner and Chair of this year’s Young People’s Literature judging panel, stopped by the office this afternoon! Which Finalist will she and her fellow judges crown the 2018 Winner? 🤔
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Free Library of Philadelphia 22h
It's official! The 2019 featured selection is 's , the 2017 Award winner for fiction! Read more and watch the announcement:
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The New Press Oct 15
Los Angeles, don't forget to save the date for the Literature for Justice launch and author reading at 10/24/18:
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National Book Foundation Oct 16
Everyone has a beloved library, and your favorite authors are no exception. Twelve writers, including authors like Charles Frazier, Annie Proulx, and Amy Tan, describe the singular wonder of public libraries.
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National Book Foundation Oct 15
Tonight in Greensboro, NC: don't miss 2017 Finalist Erica Armstrong Dunbar on the importance of unearthing overlooked legacies! 7:00pm at the Greensboro History Museum - more info here:
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National Book Foundation Oct 15
Jarrett J. Krosoczka () joined to talk about growing up and then documenting it in his 2018 Finalist HEY, KIDDO.
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National Book Foundation Oct 14
It's what you've been waiting for. Everything you need to know about the forthcoming novel from , author of the Winner THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD.
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National Book Foundation Oct 14
ICYMI: tune in for a conversation with 's and , author of the 2018 Finalist HEARTLAND.
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National Book Foundation Oct 14
The editors at recommend ten brand new titles, including WAITING FOR EDEN, the most recent novel from 2017 Finalist .
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National Book Foundation Oct 13
Calling all Wisconsinites! Tomorrow afternoon at , join us for a panel with authors and Chris Bachelder discussing how fiction helps us make sense of others and ourselves. More details here:
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National Book Foundation Oct 13
From , new poetry collections not to be missed in October, including current Finalist WOBBLE by Rae Armantrout and the final collection by the late lifetime achievement honoree Ursula K. Le Guin.
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National Book Foundation Oct 13
"For every good page, you will have written twenty pages that end up in the trash." The iconic , who will be honored with a lifetime achievement award at this year's , delivers the advice every aspiring writer needs to hear: Write.
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National Book Foundation Oct 13
The first-annual Saugatuck StoryFest () is happening this weekend in Westport, CT! Don't miss amazing events for the whole family, including appearances today by authors , and more!
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National Book Foundation Oct 12
Tomorrow afternoon at ! Don't miss these acclaimed writers in conversation as part of NBF Presents!
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National Book Foundation Oct 9
Los Angeles! Don't miss the Literature for Justice launch event on 10/24 at , bringing together authors and experts for crucial conversations around mass incarceration and how literature can help contextualize the experiences of others.
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National Book Foundation Oct 12
This harrowing planet is full of unanswerable questions, but this one we know. No Dolly this year, but we are honoring the phenomenal work of Doron Weber, who has been bringing crucial and overlooked science stories to the page for over twenty years!
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Dumbarton Oaks Oct 12
A biography of Alain Locke, Dean of the Harlem Renaissance, just became a Award Finalist. Congrats ! Explore the story of Alain Locke and his collections (held ) via our Mapping guide: .
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