The National Book Foundation has announced the finalists for the National Book Award. The authors in the fiction category are:
Aleksandar Hemon for his book, The Lazarus Project. It is a book I have on my stack of “to-read” books.
Rachel Kushner has been nominated for her book, Telex From Cuba.
Peter Matthiessen for his book, Shadow Country.
Marilynne Robinson for her book, Home.
Salvatore Scibona for his book, The End.
If you want to see a listing of all of the nominees, in the four categories of fiction non-fiction, poetry and Young People’s Literature, visit the National Book Foundation’s website.
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