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American Author Richard Ford Wins Highest French Literary Prize For 'Canada' - Posted November 6, 2013
American author Richard Ford has won the Femina Prize, one of France's top literary awards, for best foreign novel for his book Canada. The novel is the story of a boy whose parents rob a bank and commit a murder. Here is more about the book from Harp... [GalleyCat]

Timothy Egan & Richard Ford Win Andrew Carnegie Medals - Posted July 1, 2013
The American Library Association (ALA) named two winners of this year's Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction. Richard Ford won the fiction category for Canada. Timothy Egan took the nonfiction category for his biography, ... [GalleyCat]

John Williams To Write 'Open Book' Column for NYT Book Review - Posted May 17, 2013
New York Times senior staff editor John Williams will write a new column for the paper's Book Review called "Open Book," providing "a window onto the literary landscape." You can also ... [GalleyCat]

Alice Hoffman Regrets "Heat of the Moment" Tweet - Posted June 30, 2009
Author Alice Hoffman apologized yesterday for printing critic Roberta Silman's telephone number and email address on Twitter (the page has since been removed)--urging her fans to respond to a review of "The Story Si... [GalleyCat]

Scene @ the American Academy of Arts and Letters Annual Ceremonial - Posted May 17, 2007
What do Joan Acocella, Paul Auster, David Markson, Don DeLillo, John Updike, William Vollmann, Deborah Eisenberg, Stephen Sondheim, Reynolds Price, Richard Ford, Garrison Keillor, Jim Harrison, Mary Gordon, John Corigliano and many, many more luminaries in the literary, artistic and music worlds have in common? They all sat on the stage... [GalleyCat]