19.09.2012 [Terra.com] - Representando la literatura estadounidense están Russell Banks, Philip Meyer, Percival Everett, Hector Tobar, Adam Ross, Dave Eggers, LouiseErdrich y Nick Flynn, entre otros. El colombiano Juan Gabriel Vásquez (1973) presentará su última novela
06.10.2012 [Grand Forks Herald] - “Every Native American is a survivor,” said pre-med student Shyleen Hall, reading a piece by LouiseErdrich. The New York Times bestselling author, like Hall, is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa. Some students shared their own poems and
10.10.2012 [Hollywood Reporter] - The other fiction finalists were LouiseErdrich for The Round House, Ben Fountain for Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, and Kevin Powers for The Yellow Birds. Showing the impact of a more than a decade of war on American life, two of the fiction
21.09.2012 [News & Issues] - The four-day festival includes writing workshops, panel discussions, concerts, films, exhibitions and book signings by authors such as LouiseErdrich, Dave Eggers and Russell Banks. Nine of the 20 best young American authors, nominated by The New
11.10.2012 [Philadelphia Inquirer] - ... a story about an American businessman in Saudi Arabia by Dave Eggers, who won a lifetime achievement award from the National Book Foundation in 2009; The Round House, a story by LouiseErdrich of an Ojibwe boy whose mother is attacked; and This
11.10.2012 [Columbus Dispatch] - The other fiction finalists: A Hologram for the K ing, about an American businessman in Saudi Arabia, by Dave Eggers; The Round House by LouiseErdrich; and This Is How You Lose Her, with short stories by Junot Diaz. The five nonfiction finalists are
08.10.2012 [San Francisco Chronicle] - In the jarring opening to LouiseErdrich's beautiful new novel, "The Round House," a Native American boy learns that his mother has been brutally, and mysteriously, attacked. The assault raises troubling concerns regarding hate crimes against Native
07.10.2012 [Columbus Dispatch] - During the past two decades, American Indian novelist LouiseErdrich has been filling in the history of a small, fictional corner of North Dakota where an Indian reservation and a little town whose citizens are descendents of German and Swedish
19.09.2012 [AFP] - Representando la literatura estadounidense están Russell Banks, Philip Meyer, Percival Everett, Hector Tobar, Adam Ross, Dave Eggers, LouiseErdrich y Nick Flynn, entre otros. El colombiano Juan Gabriel Vásquez (1973) presentará su última novela, 'El
11.10.2012 [Santa Cruz Sentinel] - LouiseErdrich's new novel "The Round House" is the second part of what she plans as a trilogy centered on the Ojibwe native people of North Dakota. Given that the first book of that trilogy -- 2008's "A Plague of Doves" -- was a finalist for the
07.10.2012 [Kansas.com] - LouiseErdrich has created an oeuvre that is unique in American fiction. She combines excellent prose with captivating storytelling while unveiling a community much neglected, that of Native Americans. While other good writers address this diverse
11.10.2012 [Vancouver Sun] - ... staples of the New York Times Bestseller List — Dave Eggers for his look at a struggling American businessman in Saudi Arabia in A Hologram for the King and LouiseErdrich for her account of a brutal crime on an Indian reservation in The Round House.
02.10.2012 Oct 1, 2012 Tennessean. On Tuesday, author LouiseErdrich, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, releases the second in a series of fiction novels set on a Native American reservation. Like the first, “The Plague of Doves,” Erdrich's latest ...
12.10.2012 The Round House by LouiseErdrich. This is a newly released book that has been described as the Native American To Kill a Mockingbird. Thirteen year old Joe is forced to grow up too quickly when his mother is the victim of ...
15.03.2012 LOUISEERDRICH's first book of poems, Jacklight, was published in 1983, followed a year later by Love Medicine, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award from the American Institute of Arts and Letters, and other ...
05.09.2012 ... children's programming, including the Rosamond Gifford Lecture Series, which has brought more than 100 world-famous authors to Central New York, including Native American authors Sherman Alexie and LouiseErdrich.