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
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
11.10.2012 [MinnPost.com] - LouiseErdrich 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
02.10.2012 [Plain Dealer (blog)] - Midway through LouiseErdrich's new novel, "The Round House," an Ojibwa boy nearly dies trying to save his mother. A buffalo spirit speaks to him, saying "we are gone, but . . . now you understand. The round house will be my body, the poles my ribs
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.
30.09.2012 [Minneapolis Star Tribune] - Just as luminary writer LouiseErdrich was working on the premiere of the stage adaptation of her novel, "The Master Butchers Singing Club," in fall 2010 at the Guthrie Theater, she received some unwelcome news: She had early-stage breast cancer.
29.09.2012 [Minneapolis Star Tribune] - Set in 1988 on a North Dakota reservation, the 14th novel from Pulitzer finalist LouiseErdrich is the compelling story of a 13-year-old boy thrust into manhood after his mother is the victim of a brutal crime. hide. LouiseErdrich at BirchBark Books
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 [Pioneer Press (blog)] - Pioneer Press and TwinCities.com books editor Mary Ann Grossmann discusses and reads from the following books: “The Round House” by LouiseErdrich (Harper, $26.99); “Letters to a Young Madman” by Paul Gruchow (Levins Publishing, $14.99); “The
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
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
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
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
28.09.2012 [Philadelphia Inquirer] - Information: 215-567-4341, www.freelibrary.org/authorevents. Here is a list of some of the notable authors who will appear at the library this fall: Ticketed events. David Byrne 9/28. Junot Diaz 9/29. Wyclef Jean 10/1. LouiseErdrich 10/4. Michael
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 [Salon] - ... a small-press title (Dave Eggers' “A Hologram for the King”), an overlooked midlist book (Ben Fountain's “Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk”), even the 14th novel by an established writer, LouiseErdrich's “The Round House” — precisely the sort of
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 [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 [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.