economist.com Oct. 15, 2019
Margaret Atwood And Bernardine Evaristo Both Win The Booker Prize
By choosing both “The Testaments” and “Girl, Woman, Other”, the judges flouted the rules of the prestigious literary award
artsjournal.com Oct. 15, 2019
Why Two Booker Prize Winners This Year? Perhaps Some Lessons – Artsjournal
The danger is that the Booker effect that propelled last year’s “difficult” winner, the brilliant Milkman, to a wider readership will be dissipated. Perhaps it’s best understood as a reminder of how impossible it is, in the end, for the subjective process of weighing one novel against another to come to an objective conclusion. –
thespinoff.co.nz Oct. 14, 2019
A Books Editor Confesses: I Haven’T Read The Booker Shortlist. Any Of Them.
On the eve of the announcement of the winner of the 2019 Booker prize, Spinoff books editor Catherine Woulfe outs herself as a giant know-nothing. Booker time. Tomorrow morning I will sit there refreshing Twitter like the drinking bird on The Simpsons. A winner will be announced. And I’ll be gri
instyle.com Oct. 10, 2019
Cory Booker And Rosario Dawson Weren't Shy About The PDA Last Night
They attended the premiere of The Need To Grow.
radioiowa.com Oct. 9, 2019
Booker Says Impeachment Inquiry Entering 'Very Dangerous Period'
Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker tonight said President Trump’s actions are veering into “absurdity” — but Booker did not mention impeachment during a campaign event in West Des Moines until a man in the crowd directly asked Booker to “say a few words about the ‘I’ word.” At the end of a nearly five-minute-long answer, …
twitchy.com Oct. 8, 2019
Sen. Lindsey Graham Invites Rudy Giuliani To Answer Questions Under Oath From Sens. Klobuchar, Booker And Harris – Twitchy.com
"Kamala Harris, Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar probably looking forward to this opportunity."