AWARDS

And the Nominees Are…

The nominees are in for the third Man Booker International Prize. The award, which is given every two years, honors a writer’s continued creativity and overall contribution to fiction. The Daily Beast’s Taylor Antrim writes, “Taken together, the U.S. group, Joyce Carol Oates, E.L. Doctorow, and Evan S. Connell, feels strangely pallid.” And when searching for British writers, how’d the judges come up with James Kelman? Read the rest of Antrim’s take here.