The Tournament of Books is less than two weeks away. As an appetizer, our official ToB Statistician runs six years of numbers on Round 1. Time to download your brackets and place bets.
Six years and growing, this year’s Tournament of Books will debut in March. Until then, we’ve got judges, the shortlist, and your shot at picking Zombies.
Now is not the time to look backward over a decade. Now is the moment to look forward: to the 2010 Tournament of Books.
The Fifth Annual Tournament of Books is preparing to launch in a few weeks. Here are this year’s brackets for your office-gambling pleasure, as well as information about the 2009 judges and our brand new Rooster tees.
We interrupt our regular publishing schedule to bring you news of one feisty Rooster. Enjoying its fifth year, the 2009 Tournament of Books is coming soon, and we’ve got the nominees to prove it.
We interrupt our normal publishing schedule to bring you further news of the following sponsored event: The 2008 Tournament of Books is just one week away, and we’ve got some judges we’d like you to meet.
We interrupt our normal publishing schedule to bring you news of the following sponsored event: Now in its fourth installation, the 2008 Tournament of Books is coming soon, and we’ve got the nominee list to prove it.
The 2007 Tournament of Books will begin this Thursday, but before then we have the brackets, the judges, and a contest for a lucky reader to win every book involved in this year’s bloodshed, courtesy of Powells.com.
Ladies and gentlemen, book nerds and illiterates, here are this year’s candidates for the Rooster Award in the 2007 Tournament of Books, sponsored by Powells.com—and we need your help in setting up the brackets.
Author and 2005 Rooster winner David Mitchell talks about his new novel, Black Swan Green, the appeal of Bill Evans, and the differences between sex and writing.
The bets are in, the brackets are filled out, and the judges have sharpened their knives. Welcome to the 2006 Tournament of Books, sponsored by Powells.com.
Do genre writers have more fun than plain old novelists? Is it possible to embed philosophical thought in a thriller? For an all-around TMN smorgasbord, our brain in Boston chats with Contributing Writer Kevin Guilfoile about his new novel.