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Wordstock 2010: Is it over already? »

With so many authors visiting us at Wordstock this year, it’s been a bit difficult to keep up on all the buzz for their new works. Here’s a prime example that was just brought to our attention: Adrienne McDonnell’s new novel, The Doctor and the Diva, has been getting terrific reviews like this one in the Washington Post. While we’ve been trying our hardest to provide great coverage for all of our writers, this one slipped through the cracks. Which, if you read the review, is a shame.

McDonnell’s not the only Wordstock 2010 author with great book news right now, of course, and not the only one we’ve failed to bring to you. What about Lan Samantha Chang? Joseph Skibell? Ander Monson? We could go on.

The silver lining here is that the 2010 roster is jam packed with success stories like these. Which means that even if you don’t get a chance to do your homework before the festival, you can walk into the book fair and be assured of an awesome experience from one of the 200+ performers we’ll have onstage this weekend.

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