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what were the 2010s?
Where are the Jonathans of yesteryear? Female authors dominated the 2010s, and replaced the Great American Novel with something better.
Paul Harding on His Decade of Trying Not to Think About His Pulitzer Upset
Reflecting on ten years of defiant productivity following his sleeper hit debut,
Obama As Book Critic: the President on Marilynne Robinson
As an interviewer, Obama has a touch of “The Chris Farley Show” about him.
My Book-Prize Betting Addiction: A User’s Guide to Making Money Off Alice Munro
Unlike most gambling addicts, I’m still in the black.
and the nominees are
Here’s the 2015 Man Booker Prize Long List
(It’s not that long.)
E. Alex Jung
At the National Book Critics Circle Awards
Watching Toni Morrison accept the National Book Critics Circle’s Lifetime Achievement Award last night was like watching Bruce Springsteen perform a nostalgia gig at the Stone Pony.
year in culture 2014
The 10 Best Books of 2014
Give praise to Marilynne Robinson’s
8 Books You Need to Read This October
Marilynne Robinson, Walter Isaacson, Jill Lepore, and five more.
year in culture 2012
Kathryn Schulz’s Top 10 Books of 2012
Including Alice Munro’s newest short stories and Christopher Hitchens’s last meditations.