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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Former Plain Dealer Book Editor, Karen Long, Joins Anisfield-Wolf Staff

We are thrilled to announce that Karen Long, until recently the book editor at the Plain Dealer, will be coming on board as a consultant to the Anisfield-Wolf Awards. She will be replacing our kind and venerable leader, Mary Louise Hahn, who will be retiring after 17 years at the helm of the awards.  Long is leaving the Plain Dealer after an impressive 34-year career, covering not only books, but science, religion and cops as well. She became the newspaper's book editor eight years ago and was an incredible supporter of the awards for many years (read one of her reviews here). Not only does Karen know and love books, but she fundamentally embraces our mission of highlighting works that address racism and diversity.  In her last column in the Plain Dealer she wrote:  In the fall of... Read More →

VIDEO: Edwidge Danticat On Why Americans Don’t Know Haiti Beyond The Catastrophes

Watch Edwidge Danticat on the Struggle of Haitian Immigrants on PBS. See more from Need To Know. When we see Haiti in the news, it is often downtrodden and negative. Edwidge Danticant, our 2005 winner for fiction, tries to bring a different light to Haiti through her work. In a 2011 interview on PBS, shortly after the Haiti earthquake of 2010, Danticat talks about the side of Haiti we rarely get to see. "The beauty surprises people sometimes. The physical beauty of certain parts of Haiti, the beauty of the arts - the music, the paintings, the literature - that Haiti, I want people to also know."  Read More →

Five Books You Should Read First In 2013

With a new year comes new reading lists. We at Anisfield-Wolf rounded up some of the new and not-so-new books we'd like to read over the next few weeks. If this proves popular, we'll keep adding books here as suggestions and have a discussion about what we've enjoyed over on our Facebook page.  Ayaan Hirsi Ali - Infidel Stephen L. Carter - The Emperor of Ocean Park Jill Lepore - The Mansion of Happiness August Wilson - Fences  Esi Edugyan - The Second Life of Samuel Tyne            Read More →
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