10.10.2012 [Minnesota Public Radio] - In the category of Fiction, Louise Erdrich is nominated for her book The Round House, which was just published this month. Erdrich's latest work was selected along with works by Junot Díaz, Dave Eggers, Ben Fountain and Kevin Powers. About The Round
11.10.2012 [Fort Wayne Journal Gazette] - Other nominees announced Wednesday were novelists Dave Eggers and Louise Erdrich and nonfiction writers Anne Applebaum and Katherine Boo. Twenty authors, five each in four competitive categories, were picked. The winners will be announced Nov.
11.10.2012 [San Jose Mercury News] - Kicking off their fall collaboration of visiting authors, the school and bookstore announced their list: Annie Barrows, author of the newly released "Ivy + Bean Make the Rules" (Chronicle), and Louise Erdrich, whose reading of "The Round House" (Harper
10.10.2012 [Dallas Morning News (blog)] - The finalists were announced this morning and include Dave Eggers (A Hologram for the King), Junot Diaz, (This is How You Lose Her) and Louise Erdrich (The Round House). Beatriz Terrazas' April Dallas Morning News story about Fountain explains how
10.10.2012 [Boston.com] - The other National Book Awards finalists in fiction are: Dave Eggers, A Hologram for the King, Louise Erdrich, The Round House, Ben Fountain, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, Kevin Powers, The Yellow Birds. In non-fiction, the finalists are: Anne
09.10.2012 [Publishers Weekly] - The show's exuberance was amplified by the presence of 110 authors, including an A-list of literary stars, such as Garrison Keillor, Louise Erdrich, Justin Cronin, David Small, and Patricia MacLachlan. Cronin, whose novel, The Twelve, is scheduled for
11.10.2012 [MinnPost.com] - Louise Erdrich was only one of three Minnesota authors nominated for the National Book Awards. Marianne Combs at MPR writes: “Erdrich is nominated for her book The Round House, which was just published this month. Erdrich's latest work was selected
10.10.2012 [U.S. News & World Report] - Other nominees included the novelists Dave Eggers and Louise Erdrich and nonfiction writers Anne Applebaum and Katherine Boo. Twenty authors, five each in four competitive categories, were picked. The winners will be announced Nov. 14 at a ceremony
23.09.2012 We shrieked when we read that this years guest of honor was Toni Morrison, Pulitzer Prize recipient for her novel "Beloved." She also has a Nobel Prize in Literature. Louise Erdrich, author of 14 novels, including "The Plague ...