Associate Book Review Editor (South Asia)
I’m thrilled to welcome Edwige Crucifix as our new book reviews editor at the Graduate Journal of Food Studies. Learn more about her and the rest of our editorial board . If you’re interested to be involved with the Journal, we have other opportunities, like serving as a peer reviewer; contributing your own article, Food-Stuff piece, or book review; or serving as a GAFS liaison at your institution. If you are interested to learn more about any of these other roles, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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Note that Library Journal Book Review is not able to confirm the receipt of galleys. However, when it comes to lead titles (and lead titles only, please), you are welcome to contact via email the Book Review editor most likely to handle your book. In your message, make sure to indicate the title, author, publisher, and publication date.
February 9, 2012 — The New York Times Book Review editor, Sam Tanenhaus, interviews William J. Broad, a New York Times journalist and author of the controversial new book, ‘The Science of Yoga.’
The Frum incident raises the issue of how book review editors choose reviewers, how much they check potential conflicts and how much they can really vet them for each book. Several editors admit they are often at the mercy of reviewers disclosing conflicts upfront.Amy Mollett is Managing Editor of the LSE Review of Books. Amy graduated from the University of Sussex with a First in English Language, and completed a Masters degree in Social Policy and Gender at the LSE. She joined the PPG in September 2010 as Book Reviews Editor on the British Politics and Policy at LSE Blog, before moving on to manage the LSE Impact of Social Science Blog, until the launch of the LSE Review of Books in April 2012. Teacher Librarian, Book Review Editor, 16211 Oxford Court, Bowie MD 20715 (P O Box 958, Bowie MD 20718-0958). Web: . Motto: Your K-12 school library professional bimonthly journal. Features articles, book and media reviews (K-12), websites, professional reading, new products, and more.First given in 1975 and considered among the most prestigious literary prizes in the United States, the National Book Critics Circle Awards are the only prizes conferred by a jury of working critics and book review editors. The NBCC is comprised of a thousand critics and editors across the country, and the twenty-four-member board of directors selects the awards finalists.The finalists have been announced for this year’s National Book Critics Circle Awards. In the nonfiction category, last year’s National Book Award winner, Ibram X. Kendi, is recognized alongside Pulitzer Prize winner Viet Thanh Nguyen, and the fiction section is filled out with literary stars like Zadie Smith, Michael Chabon, and Ann Patchett, though Colson Whitehead, who won the National Book Award for , was notably absent from the list.Â Margaret Atwood will also be honored at the upcoming ceremony with the Ivan Sandrof Lifetime Achievement Award. Finalists are selected by a 24-person board within the organizing body, which is comprised of 1,000 literary critics and book review editors, and the winners will be announced on March 16.The Journal of Chess Research is welcoming nominations and self-nominations for the position of book review editor. Under the guidance of Managing Editor, Frank A. Niro, the new quarterly journal will release a preview issue at a celebration in St. Louis on October 26, 2014.