National Book Critics Circle Award Winners

The winners have been announced:

  • FictionBilly Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, by Ben Fountain
  • NonfictionFar From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity, by Andrew Solomon
  • AutobiographySwimming Studies, by Leanne Sharpton
  • CriticismStranger Magic, by Marina Warner
  • BiographyThe Passage of Power, by Robert Caro
  • PoetryUseless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys, by D.A. Powell

2 thoughts on “National Book Critics Circle Award Winners”

  1. Amicia Rai says:

    Stranger Magic is an excellent book in my opinion, and it absolutely deserved the award!

    I haven’t read the others yes, but I certainly will in the near future. Although I’ve seen Far From the Tree receive a lot of flame about the author biting off more than he can chew, and the books language seeming forced and needy? Strange to see that about a book on such a sensitive topic.

    Thanks for announcing the winners!

  2. norton says:

    Thanks for your website. I never would have found “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” without you + many others.

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