What classics did The New York Times Book Review write? pan? Which well-known authors have sent letters to Book Review editors to report their complaints? And what do you know about Book Review? storey Date?
Join us on October 25 at a virtual Times subscriber event to find out.
This event is part of Year-long search for Book Review’s 125th anniversarywill begin with a dive into the archives. Special guest artists will bring to life reviews of books that have since become beloved classics, including “Catch-22” and “Fahrenheit 451.”
We love a grumpy letter to the editor, so Book Review’s assistant editor Tina Jordan and her colleagues will share some of their favorite letters to the Book Review, selected from decades of submissions: complaints that are both trivial and shocking, complaints from literary intellectuals, and more.
Finally, we’ll finish with a heartwarming tour of Book Review trivia, where you can test your literary knowledge against that of other book lovers.