Do we need a “Chinooker”? (About literary prizes…)

I haven’t yet read the recently announced Booker prize-winning WHITE TIGER, by debut novelist Aravind Adiga. (Have you?) But I have appreciated other recent Booker winners and nominees, which I probably wouldn’t have read except for the publicity and international distribution made possible by the 40-year-old award. I enjoyed Anne Enright’s 2007 winner, THE GATHERING […]

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