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Jeffrey Eugenides

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  • 'The Accursed' by Joyce Carol Oates: An engrossing throwback

    'The Accursed' by Joyce Carol Oates: An engrossing throwback
    In her long and famously prolific career as a novelist, Joyce Carol Oates has worked in many different modes, from the social realism of her National Book Award-winning "them" (1969) and the neo-Gothic storytelling of "Bellefleur" (1980) to the...
  • A long-term relationship

    A long-term relationship
    With his first collection of short stories, “Drown,” and his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” Junot Díaz won enthusiastic fans. Díaz spoke about his new collection, “This Is How You Lose...
  • Long Grove/Buffalo Grove Book Club

    Long Grove/Buffalo Grove Book Club
    We are from the Long Grove/Buffalo Grove area, and the core group has been meeting over 30 years. Our discussions, led by a professional reviewer, are always interesting. Providing background knowledge and steering discussion questions originate with the...
  • 'Object Lessons' edited by Lorin Stein and Sadie Stein

    'Object Lessons' edited by Lorin Stein and Sadie Stein
    "A short story must be, by definition, short. That's the trouble with short stories. That's why they're so difficult to write. How do you keep a narrative brief and still have it function as a story?" That's what Jeffrey Eugenides writes in his...
  • Stress Free Book Club

    Stress Free Book Club
    We're based in the western suburbs. We meet monthly nine months out of the year. We choose all our books to be read from September through May the summer before. We meet once each summer for Shakespeare at the Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook....
  • Edith Pearlman wins National Book Critics Circle fiction prize

    Edith Pearlman wins National Book Critics Circle fiction prize
    Reporting from New York -- The National Book Critics Circle gave its 2011 fiction prize to Edith Pearlman, an under-the-radar writer of short stories, at its annual awards ceremony Thursday evening at the New School. Pearlman won for her collection...
  • The Bookworms

    The Bookworms
    We have been together for more than 30 years. We're a mixed group from Oak Park — married, singles and a few former Catholic priests. For our 25th year celebration we rented a villa in Tuscany. We still smile and enjoy talking about it. Last...
  • Biblioracle: Saluting the Bildungsroman

    Biblioracle: Saluting the Bildungsroman
    I've been spending my holiday teaching break trying to finish a manuscript for a young adult coming-of-age novel I'm working on, which has me thinking a lot about coming-of-age novels, which has me wondering if all good novels aren't coming-of-age novels....
  • The Biblioracle: A meditation on the future of books and reading

    The Biblioracle: A meditation on the future of books and reading
    Two separate incidents made me a little bit sad over the last couple weeks. One was in my academic writing class when I asked my students (most of them freshmen) if they'd consider taking another English class at some point in their college careers. The...
  • The Investment Book Club

    The Investment Book Club
    One thing to know about our book club We are The Investment Book Club. We have 15 members and have all known each other since the mid 1970s. We are from Wheaton. At first, we were an active Investment Club in the late 1990s until 2004. By then, we had...
  • New class of Whiting Award winners announced

     
    10 writers will each receive $50,000 from the Whiting Foundation....