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Pakistani Truck Artist Paints Granta Cover - Posted September 7, 2010
Today Granta unveiled that gorgeous cover for Granta 112, painted by truck and bus artist Islam Gull from a Bhutta village in Karachi. Released this fall, the new Pakistan-themed issue will feature work by ... [GalleyCat]

Joseph O'Neil, Lorraine Adams, and Colum McCann Named 2010 Guggenheim Fellows - Posted April 15, 2010
Today a number of writers were picked from some 3,000 applicants for the annual Guggenheim Fellowship competition. Joseph O'Neil, Lorraine Adams, and Colum McCann were among the fiction fellows. The complete list of literary winners follows af... [GalleyCat]

Tonight at Politics & Prose: Lorraine Adams - Posted March 8, 2010
The PD Book Club has arrived. Lorraine Adams, author of The Room and the Chair and ex-WaPo scribe, is in the hot seat in Politics Daily's new feature. And why shouldn't she be? Tonight she appears at Politics & Prose for a book signing at 7 p.m. In a... [FishbowlDC]

Fictitious 'Washington Spectator'=WaPo? - Posted February 17, 2010
WaPo's The Reliable Source has a health dose of realism about "The Room and the Chair," a new book out by ex-WaPo scribe Lorraine Adams. In a recent item, the gossip columnists wonder if Adams's book was based on the Washington Post newsroom. Chanc... [FishbowlDC]

Meet your Granta Best of Young American Novelists - Posted March 2, 2007
Granta announced its second-ever list of Best of Young American Novelists, comprised of 21 American-based authors aged 35 and under. And what's immediately apparent, just as with the first list published back in 1996, is how many of them, um, haven't published novels yet. Which isn't to say it isn't a... [GalleyCat]