10.10.2012 [Terra.com] - La lista de candidatos, que se anunció el miércoles, también incluye a los novelistas Dave Eggers y LouiseErdrich y las autoras del género documental Anne Applebaum y Katherine Boo. Veinte escritores, cinco en cada una de las cuatro categorías, fueron
10.10.2012 [Businessweek] - Junot Diaz, who was recently awarded a “genius” grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, is nominated for his second book of short stories, “This Is How You Lose Her” (Riverhead). The other fiction nominees are LouiseErdrich for
11.10.2012 Junot Diaz, Dave Eggers, and LouiseErdrich led the list of fiction finalists for the National Book Awards this year. Follow the links below to read free samples of the finalists in every category–who is your favorite? The finalists ...
11.10.2012 [Contactmusic.com] - This year's nominations for fiction are: Dave Eggers (A Hologram for the King), Junot Diaz (This is, How You Lose Her), LouiseErdrich (The Round House), Kevin Powers (The Yellow Bird), and Ben Fountain (Billy Lynn's Long Half-Time Walk). The non
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
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
11.10.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - “The Round House” by LouiseErdrich. “Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk” by Ben Fountain | Review. “The Yellow Birds” by Kevin Powers. Nonfiction. “Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1945-1956” by Anne Applebaum. “Behind the Beautiful
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 LouiseErdrich (The Round House). Beatriz Terrazas' April Dallas Morning News story about Fountain explains how
10.10.2012 [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)] - The fiction finalists: Junot Díaz's "This Is How You Lose Her," Dave Eggers' "A Hologram for the King," LouiseErdrich's "The Round House," Ben Fountain's "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" and Kevin Powers' "The Yellow Birds." Madison writer Lorrie
12.10.2012 Here's the complete list, but for more details on each finalist you should go to www.nationalbook.org. Fiction Dave Eggers – A Hologram for the King Junot Diaz – This is How You Lose Her LouiseErdrich – The Round House ...
10.10.2012 [Vulture] - This morning, the National Book Award finalists were announced on Morning Joe. (Nice scooping, Jo-Scarbs.) For fiction we have: Junot Díaz, This Is How You Lose Her; Dave Eggers, A Hologram for the King; LouiseErdrich, The Round House; Ben Fountain
10.10.2012 [Salon] - Díaz is joined by veteran writer and McSweeney's founder Dave Eggers (“A Hologram for the King“), Pulitzer Prize finalist LouiseErdrich (“The Round House“), Ben Fountain (“Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk“) and newcomer Kevin Powers (“The Yellow Birds
10.10.2012 [Miami New Times (blog)] - Other finalists in the fiction category include Dave Eggers, A Hologram for the King; LouiseErdrich, The Round House; Ben Fountain, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk; and Kevin Powers, The Yellow Birds. No, Díaz hasn't won the prize -- not yet, anyway.
11.10.2012 [Listín Diario] - Díaz competirá por ese galardón junto a los escritores estadounidenses Dave Eggers ("A Hologram for the King"), LouiseErdrich ("The Round House"), Ben Fountain ("Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk") y Kevin Powers ("The Yellow Birds"), según anunció
12.10.2012 We keep on telling you how terrific 2012 is shaping up for Junot Diaz and the accolades keep coming. Today, he and fellow Anisfield-Wolf award winner LouiseErdrich were named as 2012 National Book Awards finalists.
11.10.2012 The list of nominees announced Wednesday also includes Dave Eggers and, the novelist LouiseErdrich and the authors of the documentary Anne Applebaum and Katherine Boo. Twenty writers, five in each of the four ...