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NPR Books Watch — 5/1-5/7

Here are the NPR interviews for this week.  Anyone who emails me the imprints of all the books listed (or houses if no imprint is available) will win the NPR Books Grid for the prior week that includes, in addition to the information below, interviewer, pub date, imprint, genre, post-interview Amazon ranking, pre-interview ranking (if the book was mentioned on Shelf Awareness and I was able to look up the number before the interview), and interview hyperlink. ***

TOTAL book stories for the week: 24

All Things Considered: 8

Diane Rehm: 4

Fresh Air: 2

NPR.org: 4

Talk of the Nation: 3

Tell Me More: 1

Weekend Edition Sunday: 2

* rebroadcast

All Things Considered Dissection John Harley  Warner
All Things Considered Brooklyn Colm Toibin
All Things Considered You Must Read This / Independent People Halldor  Laxness
All Things Considered Annie’s Ghosts Steve Luxenberg
All Things Considered End of Overeating David Kessler
All Things Considered Three Books … / Mining The Classics For Laughs (Even ‘Moby Dick’)    
All Things Considered Resilience Elizabeth Edwards
All Things Considered Final Four of Everything Mark  Reiter
Diane Rehm Match King, The Frank  Partnoy
Diane Rehm Brother Gardeners, The* Andrea  Wulf
Diane Rehm Sonata Mulattica Rita  Dove
Diane Rehm Age of the Unthinkable Joshua Cooper  Ramo
Fresh Air Bad Mother Ayelet Waldman
Fresh Air Brooklyn Colm Toibin
NPR.org Books We Like / Who is Mark Twain? Mark  Twain
NPR.org Books We Like / Likewise Ariel Schrag
NPR.org Books We Like / Stealing MySpace Julia  Angwin
NPR.org Against the Grain / Why We Hate Us Dick Meyer
Talk of the Nation Secret Lives of Boys, The Malina Saval
Talk of the Nation Mighty Queens of Freeville Amy Dickinson
Talk of the Nation 40 More Years James Carville
Tell Me More Sag Harbor Colson Whitehead
Weekend Edition Requiem for a Paper Bag Davy Rothbart
Weekend Edition Sunday Who is Mark Twain? Mark  Twain

May 8, 2009 - Posted by | NPR Books Watch | , , , , ,

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