Over the last few months I’ve been working on a series of Q&A’s for The National Book Critics Circle website called The Craft of Criticism. Fran Bigman and I ask book critics and review editors for their thoughts on contemporary criticism. What I really enjoyed about these interviews was that – despite being limited to NBCC members – we were able to choose subjects who … Continue reading National Book Critics Circle: The Craft of Criticism
Happy World Book Day, readers! While I work on a new review please direct your attention to The Spark – the blog of Alternating Current Press (an indie press & promotion team). A few weeks ago Lori from TNBBC’s The Next Best Book Blog asked if I’d be willing to answer some questions. I agreed and the results of that interview went up today. I’m not the type … Continue reading Interview at The Spark (the alternating current press blog)
It’s Monday and while my stack of books isn’t necessarily going down (which actually makes me very happy) – progress is being made! Last week I finished reading and reviewed Homer & Langley by E.L. Doctorow. I highly recommend it… which is a huge relief! I’ve been reading a lot International literature (mostly British and European) lately and was beginning to worry about my lack … Continue reading It’s Monday! What Am I Reading?*
If you saw my post yesterday you’ve already gone to look at Bookduck. If not, what are you waiting for?! Click here. I had the opportunity to ask Sarah, the blogger behind Bookduck, some questions. I hope you enjoy our interview as much as I did. I love the story about how your blog, Bookduck, got its name. Can you tell it again for readers … Continue reading Duck… Duck… Duck… BOOKDUCK!