Edward P. Jones reads from his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, 'The Known World'
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and the prestigious National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction, Edward P. Jones appeared at the Miami Book Fair International and read from his critically acclaimed masterpiece The Known World (Amistad Press; June, 2004). Jones' first novel, The Known World is about a former slave who becomes a slave owner himself. Reading from his novel, Jones draws an intense portrait of a relationship between Clara and her slave Ralph, examining the moral complexities of slavery as it has never been seen before. Jones appeared on a panel with one of America's greatest living authors, Russell Banks. Stay tuned to PubBuzz for videos of Russell Banks reading from his latest novel, The Darling and a fascinating follow-up question and answer period with the audience, in which Jones and Banks talk about their craft, their characters, and the meaning of their work.
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Monica Wood, Any Bitter Thing.
Monica Wood celebrates the publication of her third novel, Any Bitter Thing with a reading at Longfellow Books in Portland Maine.
Jonathan Lethem harvests fresh insights from Dissident Gardens.
Award-winning, widely acclaimed, bestselling novelist Jonathan Lethem takes stock of his prolific career, his methods, and emotional preparedness in an interview with author, journalist Chuck Klosterman at the 2013 BookExpo America convention for book publishing and book selling professionals.
Barry Estabrook uncovers some rotten tomatoes in Tomatoland.
Award-winning activist food writer and author Barry Estabrook decries tomato growing and harvesting processes in Florida.
William Wegman wins over kids with his world famous Weimaraners.
Artist and bestselling author William Wegman takes kids behind the scenes of working with his world famous Weimaraners at the National Book Festival 2013.
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