Marilynne Robinson wins Pulitzer and National Book Critics Circle Awards for Fiction
Marilynne Robinson, whose first novel Housekeeping, won the PEN/Faulkner prize when it was published twenty-three years ago, won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction with her second novel, Gilead (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2004).
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Russell Banks reads from bestselling political-historical thriller, The Darling: Often referred to as one of America's greatest living novelists, Russell Banks reads from his latest bestseller, The Darling
Edward P. Jones reads from his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, 'The Known World': Pulitzer Prize-winner Edward P. Jones appears on a panel at the Miami Book Fair with Russell Banks and reads from his bestselling novel, 'The Known World'
Monica Wood's new novel set to 'breakout' ; 'Any Bitter Thing' due in bookstores May 1, 2005: Award-winning writer talks about books she loves, says her third novel due out in spring of 2005
Campbell McGrath gozzles, grips and explodes pop culture through poetry: A winner of the prestigious MacArthur Grant, Campbell McGrath reads from his newest book of poetry, Pax Atomica, and several new poems not yet published
Yann Martel reads from 'Helsinki Roccamatios'; discusses art, religion and The Life of Pi: Bestselling author reads from his first published work, 'The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios' and discusses art, religion and The Life of Pi
Brian Lamb pulls plug on Booknotes: C-Span cable network founder and Booknotes host ends long-running author interview show
Marilynne Robinson's Gilead nominated for NBCC Award: Twenty-three years after her first novel, Marilynne Robinson's second novel is hailed by critics as one of the best in 2004.
Terry Gross takes readers behind the mike of NPR's popular Fresh Air: Terry Gross talks about her interviews with famous writers, actors, musicians and artists
Paul Krugman rips Social Security privatization plan; fears major disasters ahead: Author of The Great Unraveling pulls no punches in his appearance at the recent Miami Book Fair International 2004.
Jay Bonansinga, The Sinking of the Eastland.
America's 'forgotten tragedy'--the sinking of the S.S. Eastland, in which 844 people were crushed and drowned in full view of thousands of bystanders--is vividly told for the first time by award-winning writer and bestselling author Jay Bonansinga.
Colm Toibin introduces Nora Webster and what it is be an Irish author.
Award-winning, bestelling Irish novelist Colm Toibin introduces his heroine, Norah Webster at BookExpo America 2014.
Leticia Moreinos Schwartz breaks down language barriers to write authentic Brazilian cookbooks.
Acclaimed Brazilian cookbook author and teacher Leticia Moreinos Schwartz brings her passion for native hometown Brazilian cooking to the Miami Book Fair International 2013.
Roz Chast tells all in 'What I Hate'.
Staff cartoonist at The New Yorker and bestselling author of childrens and adult graphic books, Roz Chast talks about What I Hate and what she loves most.
Natalie Merchant signs off on her first children's book, Leave Your Sleep.
Singer-songwriter-musician Natalie Merchant signs her first children's book, adapted from her acclaimed folk album, Leave Your Sleep.