11.10.2012 [Fort Wayne Journal Gazette] - Other nominees announced Wednesday were novelists Dave Eggers and LouiseErdrich 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 LouiseErdrich, whose reading of "The Round House" (Harper
11.10.2012 [FOCUS Online] - Die beiden Bücher konkurrieren mit „The Round House“, einer Geschichte von LouiseErdrich um eine nach einem Verbrechen traumatisierte Frau. Dave Eggers könnte den Preis für „A Hologram for the King“ bekommen, einer Schilderung aus dem Alltag in
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 [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 [Minneapolis Star Tribune] - Two Minneapolis writers and a poet with Minnesota roots are finalists for the National Book Award. LouiseErdrich has been nominated for "The Round House," her novel about … and justice on an Indian reservation and the second in a planned trilogy.
11.10.2012 [Detroit Free Press] - Other nominees included the novelists Dave Eggers and LouiseErdrich and nonfiction writers Anne Applebaum and Katherine Boo. (In 2002, Eggers cofounded 826 Valencia, a nonprofit writing and tutoring center for kids in San Francisco. It has spawned
11.10.2012 [El Jaya] - La lista de nominados, 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 [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 [Daily Beast] - His story collection This Is How You Lose Her was named one of the National Book Award fiction finalists, along with LouiseErdrich's The Round House, Dave Eggers's A Hologram for the King, as well as Iraq-war debut novelists Kevin Powers's The Yellow
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
10.10.2012 [UPI.com] - The novels were nominated in the fiction category along with LouiseErdrich's "The Round House," Ben Fountain's "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" and Kevin Powers' "The Yellow Birds," the National Book Foundation announced. Shortlisted in the non
10.10.2012 [Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)] - LouiseErdrich. LouiseErdrich's newest novel, "The Round House," hasn't even been out a month yet and it's already in the running for one of literature's top awards. The nominees for the National Book Award were announced this morning, and the list is
10.10.2012 [TIME] - LouiseErdrich is now a three-time National Book Award finalist, on the fiction list for The Round House. Dave Eggers, a past recipient of the National Book Foundation's Literarian Award, is a finalist for fiction for A Hologram for the King. Ben
10.10.2012 [Bloomberg] - ... Foundation, is nominated for his second book of short stories, “This Is How You Lose Her” (Riverhead). The other fiction nominees are LouiseErdrich for “The Round House” (Harper) and Dave Eggers for “A Hologram for the King” (McSweeney's).
10.10.2012 [New York Times (blog)] - The other nominees for fiction were Dave Eggers for “A Hologram for the King”; LouiseErdrich for “The Round House”; Ben Fountain for “Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk”; and a debut novelist, Kevin Powers, for “The Yellow Birds.” The foundation also
10.10.2012 [New York Daily News (blog)] - The other nominees for fiction are 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”). The list suggests that the foundation has finally
10.10.2012 [Examiner.com] - Junot Díaz, This Is How You Lose Her (Riverhead Books, a member of Penguin Group USA, Inc.) Dave Eggers, A Hologram for the King (McSweeney's Books); LouiseErdrich, The Round House (Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers); Ben Fountain
10.10.2012 [Boston.com] - The other National Book Awards finalists in fiction are: Dave Eggers, A Hologram for the King, LouiseErdrich, The Round House, Ben Fountain, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, Kevin Powers, The Yellow Birds. In non-fiction, the finalists are: Anne
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
10.10.2012 [FlaglerLive.com] - National Book Award finalists are named: “Three novelists who've gained literary respect as well as commercial success — Junot Diaz, (This is How You Lose Her), LouiseErdrich (The Round House) and Dave Eggers (A Hologram for the King) — are among
10.10.2012 [Notisistema] - La lista de candidatos, 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 (ficción, género documental, poesía
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
05.10.2012 [New Yorker (blog)] - 12 noon: Martin Amis will sign “Lionel Asbo: State of England.” Lawrence Lessig will sign “Republic, Lost: How Money Corrupts Congress—and a Plan to Stop It.” 1 P.M.: LouiseErdrich will sign “The Round House.” 2 P.M.: Junot Díaz will sign “This is
05.10.2012 [New York Daily News (blog)] - ... whose idea of the wilderness is an inner city park. Moreover, the classics should not be read to the complete exclusion of contemporary work. Herman Melville will have to learn to share America's youth with LouiseErdrich and Junot Díaz. (Photo
04.10.2012 [Newsday] - THE ROUND HOUSE, by LouiseErdrich. Harper, 321 pp., $26.99. LouiseErdrich, who has drawn heavily in her writing on her Ojibwe and German ancestry, overflows with stories. But when a story comes from deep within an author, the reader knows it.
04.10.2012 [Boston.com (blog)] - MONDAY: LouiseErdrich (“Round House”) reads at 7 p.m. at Porter Square Books … Sam Baltrusis (“Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub”) reads at 7 p.m. at the Harvard Coop … Sarah S. Kilborne (“American Phoenix: The Remarkable Story of William
04.10.2012 [My Edmonds News (registration)] - “The Round House: A Novel” by LouiseErdrich. One of the most revered novelists of our time delivers a page-turning masterpiece of literary fiction—at once a powerful coming-of-age story, a mystery, and a tender, moving novel of family, history, and
02.10.2012 [L'Express] - Avec LouiseErdrich, les Indiens d'Amérique ont trouvé à la fois leur âme soeur et leur porte-parole. Si elle écrit, c'est pour ravauder l'identité déchirée de ces communautés qui, au coeur des Grandes Plaines, agonisent sur les décombres d'une culture