Karen Louise Erdrich, known as Louise Erdrich, (Little Falls, Minnesota June 7, 1954) is an American author of novels, poetry, and children's books featuring Native American heritage.
Louise Erdrich's The Round House is a great coming-of-age story, & also shows the devastating effects of US laws on indigenous nations.
In lieu of despairing over the I'm reading Louise Erdrich's BRILLIANT novel...
On page 202 of 372 of LaRose, by Louise Erdrich: Oh, Ms. Erdich but you thrill and inspi...
I approach the work as though, in truth, I'm nothing and the words are everything. LOUISE ERDRICH .
4 of 5 stars to The Last Report on the Miracles at Li... by Louise Erdrich
81% done with La casa tonda, by Louise Erdrich
Ann Patchett, M Chabon among nominees for critics prizes (I'm rooting for Louise Erdrich and masterful LaRose tho)
Somebody be a doll and download the ePub version of Louise Erdrich's "LaRose" and mail it to me please pretty please?
Sacred hope, blessed struggle: by Louise Erdrich!! https:…
Today on Myth & Moor: Louise Erdrich, Grace Paley & Ursula Le Guin on stories that matter. Art by Nad. Illarionova. http…
Congrats to authors + Louise Erdrich for their nominations!
"You have to love. You have to feel. It is the reason you are here on the earth. You are here to risk your heart." Louise Erdrich
61% done with La casa tonda, by Louise Erdrich
In Louise Erdrich's 'LaRose,' parents make an impossible bargain
We are proud to have hosted at LITERATURE LOVERS' NIGHT OUT in 2016:…
Louise Erdrich, three other Minnesota writers finalists for prestigious national award
Congratulations to Kao Kalia Yang, Louise Erdrich, and other Minnesota finalists of this prestigious award.
“Life will break you. Nobody can protect you from that, and living alone won't either, for solitude will also break you.". ― Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich's first novel LOVE MEDICINE won the NBCC fiction award in 1984. She's a fiction finalist again
Proud of our state's talented authors .
Congrats Our guest author for nominated for Book Critics Circle Award.
So many books to add to my to-read list! Love seeing Louise Erdrich's name here. A fave since The Rounds House
"The Louise Erdrich Panini Award for Substance and Entertainment" is the only award I've ever actually wanted to wi…
On any state elections map, the reservations are blue places. Nati...
Wow, look at that fiction list! :0 Glad to see so many great MN rep here!
Great to see Louise Erdrich, Adam Haslett, Olivia Laing & Yaa Gyasi among the National Circle finalists ht…
I really don’t have any theories about in general. I have these stories, I have these characters. LOUIS…
Read Louise Erdrich on how by staying on message have offered a resistance template…
by Louise Erdrich & by Ann Patchett are in 10 books we loved reading in 2016:
First sample - Chickadee by Louise Erdrich. Children's historical about an Ojibwe family. Rich and readable, definitely hoping to buy!
Excited for I recommend adding Louise Erdrich to Feb & Jun/July (LaRose and Last Report)
It’s a sad world, though, when you can’t get love right even after trying it as many times as I have. - Louise Erdrich
“Very little is needed to make a happy life, he said.” . ― Louise Erdrich, The Round House
There is something about award-winning authors writing YA fiction. So enjoying the Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
"I think the earth has chosen to praise the sky by growing this tree." - Louise Erdrich on elm trees.
2 from Louise Erdrich...How to Stop a Black Snake and Holy Rage: Lessons From Standing Rock…
"La Rose" by Louise Erdrich. Set in "..a very good story, very well told..…
Love wont be tampered with, love wont go away. Push it to one side and it creeps to the other. . Louise Erdrich
Powerful essay by Louise Erdrich '76 on Donated to instead this year! https…
Book Bingo on the blog featuring with Ali Smith, Louise Erdrich, Carol Birch,
Holy Rage: How water protectors gave the rest of the world a template for resistance. by Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich on the lessons from Standing Rock.
Louise Erdrich in The New York Times: Indigenous people unite to stop the Black Snake
Candy Palmater: 5 authors who changed my life: He's representing Thomas King, Louise Erdrich, Joseph Boyden, ...
Louise Erdrich is on Tom Ashbrook! This means I actually have to listen to Tom Ashbrook talk.
Louise Erdrich on mercy and vengeance, addictions, and the local bookshop renaissance
I think got the wrong "Lord of Misrule" in this week's interview w/ Louise Erdrich. Did they mean Rachel Caine (vs J Gordon)?
First by Ethan Hawke, now Louise Erdrich. Three Day Road is becoming a fixture in By the Book.
Car wheels on a gravel road, and writing one-handed while driving. Louise Erdrich, Art of Fiction.
prof: Native American Lit rejects the concept of linear time. Have your essay in by 2 pm Tuesday. Me: Has Louise Erdrich taught you nothing
Working class writers who were crucial to me coming up: Russell Banks, Carolyne Chute, Louise Erdrich
Watch Hannah Funk from Mount Abraham UHS recite . Windigo by Louise Erdrich up next!
On page 86 of 323 of The Round House, by Louise Erdrich: intriguing still.. though it's h...
Science, wisdom, insight-- What more could you want from our spring season?
On page 200 of 384 of LaRose, by Louise Erdrich
A lovely quote from the interview with Louise Erdrich, conducted by Emma Komlos-Grbosky:
Let's fill the Fitz with powerful, confident women & welcome these great guests to the stage. Tickets here.
Hello Thursday. “You are heroic. Risk your heart. You are here to be swallowed up.” Louise Erdrich.
On page 160 of 384 of LaRose, by Louise Erdrich
Just finished reading Louise Erdrich’s novel The Painted Drum. Three substories with of 1 sacred object as the unifying theme.
There are novels and then there are novels. is unlike anything else. Totally awe-stricken by Louise Erdrich
Shadowshaper by & anything by Louise Erdrich & We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo & books by
LaRose, upcoming novel by Louise Erdrich is stunningly good.
"When the earth swallowed back all it had given me to love, I gave birth in loss." -Tracks, Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich is one of the writers I want explore more of this year. Having read amazing The…
def def def def read Louise Erdrich. small world but I was friends with her daughter in college
'Mastiff' reading free podcast; wonderful exploration of human loneliness, relationships.
Columbus only discovered that he was in some new place. He didn't discover ...
18% done with El descapotable rojo, by Louise Erdrich
It was enough just to sit there without words.
49. Four Souls by Louise Erdrich because you need to read more Native American writers and so do I.
Sit by an apple tree and listen to the apples falling. Tell yourself you tasted as many as you could -Louise Erdrich
"I suppose one develops a number of personas & hides them away, then they pop up during writing." ― Louise Erdrich https:/…
On page 70 of 384 of LaRose, by Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich on her fiction: 'I'm writing out of the mixture of cultures'
Before the rush. At with and Talking Leaves...Books, for Louise Erdrich.
"Our world is built out of stories," Louise Erdrich told a crowd of young writers this afternoon at the
“To another human in all of her splendor and imperfect perfection , it is a magnificent task...” ― Louise Erdrich
Tonight will be packed for Louise Erdrich's appearance. Tickets still available at the door.
Chk out this roundtable disc of Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine
The ABCs of Literature weighs in on Louise Erdrich Meet amazing on May 18
163. The Round House by Louise Erdrich. This amazing story of a woman being attacked on a reservation is told through the eyes of her son.
The Center presents the next in their Babel series: NY Times best-selling author Louise Erdric.
How would the future be different if we thought of listening as a political act?. — Louise Erdrich
We started dying before the snow, and like the snow, we continued to fall. – Louise Erdrich, Tracks (1988)
On the twelfth day of Bookmas, my partner gave to me...The Round House by Louise Erdrich!
"I’ve made my choice, I sometimes think: Wonderful children instead of hard liquor.” Louise Erdrich
.The Antelope Wife by Louise Erdrich! If you haven't read it already, that is.
"The Plague of Doves," by Louise Erdrich was a Pulitzer Prize finalist, find it on eLM:
Long awaited LaRose by Louise Erdrich is here in proof form. Author of - we publish in May 2016!
The most important thing I learned today: A new Louise Erdrich novel is coming.
Famous First Words is back in December with Louise Erdrich! Check it out!
Find Louise Erdrich's Birchbark House series for children to download and read today.
Louise Erdrich is a fiction goddess. Oh, my heart.
Thoughts (and a wonderful quote by Louise Erdrich)
Your life feels different on you, once you greet death and understand your hearts postion. -Louise Erdrich
Here I am, where I ought to be. A writer must have a place where he or she feels this,a place to love & be irritated with. Louise Erdrich
Yes, tears can be thoughts, why not?. — Louise Erdrich, The Round House
Louise Erdrich. Antelope Wife was a World Fantasy finalist, I believe, but a number of them touch speculative
Oh. And then, after I read all of Willa, I read all of Louise Erdrich. A late ut lasting education.
desert island books? Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison & Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich. Will send more...
“By writing I can live in ways that I could not survive.” —Louise Erdrich
Stories Are a Living Thing: ed, on how Louise Erdrich perfectly interprets Faulkner
I liked a video THE Round House by Louise Erdrich
The 1st Freeman's journal features Anne Carson, Lydia Davis & Louise Erdrich. Glad to have a new lit mag such as this emerging
A great find for today David Richard Adams vs Louise Erdrich
I'm not reading a short story per day in May, but I do keep a copy of "The Shawl" by Louise Erdrich in my messenger bag with me at all times
Reading The Plague of Doves by Louise Erdrich thanks to Read and Ride program by and
Pub-Lit meets tomorrow at 7 at Brixx Ice Co. May's book is the Round House by Louise Erdrich
"I also like that you can throw books across the room, as people have done with mine." –Louise Erdrich
2nd, signed, The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse, Louise Erdrich
I'm a bit late to it, but The Round House by Louise Erdrich is living up to the hype.
the Round House by Louise Erdrich is really good!
Author Louise describes the impact of attending her first full trial, that of (9 mins in) http:/…
'...the book is an exquisite form of technology, one that doesn’t require a power source..."—Louise Erdrich
Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich is currently shredding me. Swamplandia! By Karen Russell just before that.
Congrats to Minnesota's own Louise Erdrich on winning Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction:
The Library of Congress honors Louise Erdrich with the prize for American Fiction (via
Winona LaDuke, Joy Harjo, Louise Erdrich, Wilma ManKiller...do you know what these native women do? You should!
Washington football team has a "dsregard for basic human dignity," says Native American author Louise Erdrich
Discussion group meets Weds, 8/6 @ 2PM in the Library's Bell Art Room to chat about The Round House by Louise Erdrich.
Another author opening an indie bookstore! Jeff Kinney is joining Louise Erdrich, Ann Patchett, and Garrison...
"Here is the way things are. Twisted, fallen, split at the root. What grows best does so at the expense of what's beneath." -Louise Erdrich
Today's Writer's Almanac: Song by Alicia Suskin Ostriker Some claim the origin of song was a war cry some say it was a rhyme telling the farmers when to plant and reap don't they know the first song was a lullaby pulled from a mother's sleep said the old woman A significant factor generating my delight in being alive this springtime is the birdsong that like a sweeping mesh has captured me like diamond rain I can't hear it enough said the tulip Lifetime after lifetime we surged up the hill I and my dear brothers thirsty for blood uttering our beautiful songs said the dog "Song" by Alicia Suskin Ostriker from The Old Woman, the Tulip, and the Dog. © University of Pittsburg Press, 2014. Reprinted with permission. (buy now) It's the birthday of novelist Louise Erdrich (books by this author), born in Little Falls, Minnesota (1954). She grew up in Wahpeton, North Dakota, where her parents taught at the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Her mother was French-Ojibwe, and her father was German; she and her six brothers ...
Nobody believes in myths anymore, said French philosopher Jean-Francois Lyotard in 1979. After the World Wars, people lost their faith in the overarching myths, or meta-narratives, as Lyotard calls them, that before held people’s identity and sense of belonging. Now, each person has to find her own truth. This new distrust in long-revered establishments such as religion and government Lyotard calls postmodernism. This movement resonates in Western English literature through authors such as Salman Rushdie, Sherman Alexie, Margaret Atwood, Donald Barthelme, Umberto Eco, Louise Erdrich, David Mitchell, Michael Ondaatje and dozens more. Postmodern literature often jumps back and forth in time and contains obscure references. These techniques confuse the reader in an attempt to simulate the disorienting experience of losing the systems, or myths, that the reader used to rely upon.
Mystery writer William Kent Krueger won his fifth Minnesota Book Award — tying the record set last year by novelist Louise Erdrich — and David LaRochelle won his second in a row on Saturday night at the annual gala event
“The moment we begin tolerating meanness, in ourselves and others, we are using our authorial power in the service of wrongdoing. We have both the capacity and the obligation to do better.” — Martha Beck “I suspect the truth is that we are waiting, all of us, against insurmountable odds, for something extraordinary to happen to us.” — Khaled Hosseini “To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it.” — Kurt Vonnegut “Love is a temporary madness, it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. And when it subsides, you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is.” — Louis de Berniéres “When we are young, the words are scattered all around us. As they are assembled by experience, so also are we, sentence by sentence, until the story takes shape.” — Louise Erdrich “Love liberates. Love—not sentimentality, not ...
"It is art of the highest order to create a world and its people with such fidelity and power that they become part of the common memory. This is the gift of this remarkable novel of Louise Erdrich." —Detroit Free Press Quoted in: NATIVE SPACES OF CONTINUATION, PRESERVATION, AND BELONGING: LOUISE ERDRICH’S CONCEPTS OF HOME by JONATHAN MAX WILSON
Just finished Eric Lomax's Railway Man. Marvellous and moving read. Now on to The aRound House by Louise Erdrich
GR's Friday Roundup is back after a holiday hiatus! We've got news about Joyce Carol Oates's forthcoming novel, poetry from Rita Dove with musical accompaniment by Dizzy Gillespie, Natasha Trethewey on exploring poetry as alternative medicine, oldies but goodies from Louise Erdrich and Sharon Olds, and more.
Ok...reading check in time...I closed out 2013 by reading Louise Erdrich's "A Plague of Doves" very good story telling set in small town North Dakota...I also read Junot Diaz "This Is How You Lose Her". I like him more and more with each book of his I read. I also finished "You Deserve Nothing" by Alexander Maksik a very well written, albeit disturbing story about a teacher at an international school in Paris. December also found me finishing Richard Rohr's "Breathing Under Water" a spiritual examination of the twelve step program. Finally I am still winding my way through the collected works if Walt Whitman. I've been at uncle Walt for a while and I am invoking the words of Gordon Lisch "...for God's sake, read slow and writer slower still..." I am starting 2014 with one of the biographies written about Chilean poet/author Pablo Neruda. For all Neruda fans, I highly recommend "Neruda" by Volodia Teitelboim...Happy New Year, everyone!
I am late to this Emily Wallis Hughes but Liz's post nudged me to join in. 1. Beloved, Toni Morrison. By far. The most moving, painfully beautiful human book I have ever read. I taught it over 20 times. And always learned something new. 2. Mrs. Mike, Nancy and Benedict Freidman. I fell in love with Mike, the Canadian Mounty, and husband to the girl with pleurisy -- "His eyes were so blue you could swim in them." Have had a weakness for guys with blue eyes ever since. 3. Ariel, Sylvia Plath "The blood jet is poetry." and "Daddy, you do not do, you do not do anymore black shoe." 4. Coney Island of the Mind, Lawrence Ferlinghetti. His poetry doesn't stay on the page. It springs to life through his voice. 5. Love Medicine, Louise Erdrich. I want to write like this. 6. The Group, Mary McCarthy. The first book I read about grown up women. 7. Peyton Place, Grace Metalious. And not just for the sexy scene on page 143. Well maybe. 8. A Call to Stories, Robert Coles. This book humanized my teaching and m ...
"The United States is forty-seven years old and the entire country is based on grabbing Indian land and quickly as possible in as many ways as can be humanly devised. Land speculation is the stock market of the times. Everybody's in on it. George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. As well as Chief Justice John Marshall . . . ." Louise Erdrich, 'The Round House.' The book is a work of fiction, but the quote here is factual. The founding fathers of the US actually orchestrated the revolutionary war for the purpose of stealing Indian land, which the British did not allow. The British had drawn a line from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico through the watershed divide of the Appalachian mountains, and no white man was to cross that line. They built forts to enforce this law. George Washington granted himself what was to become the entire state of Ohio, and one of his first acts as President was to have the Indigenous people of the area exterminated and removed, precisely so he could profit from the sale of tha ...
Advice to Myself, poem by Louise Erdrich via
American Book Awards announced. Congrats to Louise Erdrich, who won for Round House!
Winners of the American Book Awards, sponsored by the Before Columbus Foundation and Miami Book Fair International, are: Blood Songs by Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore (Ecstatic Exchange) The Block Captain's Daughter by Demetria Martinez (University of Oklahoma Press) The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin (HarperCollins) When My Brother Was an Aztec by Natalie Diaz (Copper Canyon Press) The Round House by Louise Erdrich (HarperCollins) Black Patriots and Loyalists: Fighting for Emancipation in the War for Independence by Alan Gilbert (University of Chicago) Subversives: The F.B.I.'s War on Student Radicals, and Reagan's Rise to Power by Seth Rosenfeld (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) A Simple Revolution: The Making of an Activist Poet by Judy Grahn (Aunt Lute Books) Corpse Whale by D.G. Nanouk Okpik (University of Arizona Press) Singing in Magnetic Hoofbeat: Essays, Prose, Texts, Interviews, and a Lecture by Will Alexander (Essay Press) Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liar's Club by Christopher B. Teuton (University of ...
Louise Erdrich Wins American Book Award: The Minnesota author was honored at a ceremony this past weekend.
I was in love with the whole world and all that lived in its rainy arms. -- Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich wins American Book Award Story: and NYT review of the book:
Did you know our staff picks their favorite books each month to showcase for you? Well now you do! For instance, read what Annie has to say about The Round House by Louis Louise Erdrich:
Next week = jam packed with Minnesota awesomeness: Jhumpa Lahiri w/Louise Erdrich, Bill McKibben, and I'll be teaching on animal sacrifice.
3 of 5 stars to Shadow Tag by Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich's THE Round House was one of our summer Public Picks. What did everyone think of it?
To say that I've seen Octavia Butler, Louise Erdrich, Alice Walker, & Ms. Morrison when it's all said and done. Awesome.
"People say hate is a strong word, but so is love and people throw that around like it's nothing." - Louise Erdrich
Feeling sad that I am out of renewals for The Round House by Louise Erdrich. Alas, the story is compelling and my reading is slow.
On page 76 of 272 of Shadow Tag, by Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich, Amy Tan, Alice Walker, JK Rowling write men beautifully. Boils down to empathy for others, I think.
Book Review: Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich // This reminds me I need to read more
Louise Erdrich's THE Round House is one of the best books I'll have read this year.
I mean, ther's also Louise Erdrich and Rita Dove, but how are you gonna have a class on contemporary poetry without any slam or spoken word?
Women are strong, strong, terribly strong. We don’t know how strong until we’re pushing out our babies. -Louise Erdrich
"As women have found since love began... she found she could live.". -LOUISE ERDRICH
.One of my fave audio books is "The Master Butcher's Singing Club" read beautifully by the author Louise Erdrich.
"Your heart, that place. you don’t even think of cleaning out.". Louise Erdrich in Advice to Myself via
meditating on a Louise Erdrich quote my students discussed in class "Nothing is complete without its shadow."
Slow, dark, beautifully narrated...THE Round House by Louise Erdrich is sound for sore ears at the end of a hard week.
. "Read all of Louise Erdrich's novels" Look on the shelf--she's my fav MN author!
Louise Erdrich's The Round House... Poignant and heartbreaking and funny and beautiful.
My are THE Round House by Louise Erdrich and THE AGE OF INNOCENCE by Edith Wharton!
I've just read, and highly recommend this book: The Round House by Louise Erdrich. Storytelling at its best:
Ugh guys Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine is only $1.99 for Kindle right now and it's SOOoooOOo good.
Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich is $2 on kindle today. I have a paper copy but the book is so good that I want if on my kindle too.
“Some people meet the way the sky meets the earth, inevitably, and there is no stopping or holding back their love.” ― …
The only other writer I've seen her devour like this is Louise Erdrich, so I think you're in good company.
The Round House by Louise Erdrich - No.15 in New York Times Hardcover Fiction week of Jan 6, 2013
On page 70 of 321 of The Round House, by Louise Erdrich: Started off disturbing, but now I am totally hooked.
What should Georgetown Book Club read? Canada by Richard Ford NW by Zadie Smith or The Round House by Louise Erdrich?
I have a young friend about to enter his senior year of high school and want to recommend a few books of poetry for him to read as well as a few novels. He's a reader already and has read Hemingway and Fitzgerald and some of the other writers you might expect. In the novel category I am thinking of Round House by Louise Erdrich and in poetry THE ESSENTIAL HAIKU POETS edited by Hass. Any suggestions will be most welcome.
'Walking in the Breakdown Lane' by Louise Erdrich, and the literary and historical notes for Friday, June 21, 2013.
The Round House by Louise Erdrich – review - Louise Erdrich's tale of a teenage boy's hunt for the man who raped his mother has echoes of Stand By MeSet on a North Dakota reservation, Louise Erdrich's latest exploration of Native-American life takes the form of a classic coming-of-age narrative. When Joe's mother is violently raped he takes it upon himself to find her assailant; together with his best friend, Cappy, he tries to restore some order to his world, while his...
Just finished Louise Erdrich's The Round House. I found it well written and interesting but it took me some time to become emotionally invested. By the final third, however, I was gripped by the unfolding events. The mother of the main character is the victim of an old law that rules that crimes committed by non-natives on a reservation cannot be prosecuted. This was done during the time of the land grabs and genocide, and has never been corrected. The novel focuses on what happens to a family after a horrendous crime leaves them powerless in the face of terror, injustice and malevolent intent. In the afterword, Erdrich writes: This book is set in 1988, but the tangle of laws that hinder prosecution of rape cases on many reservations still exists. "Maze of Injustice," a 2009 report by Amnesty International, included the following statistics: 1 in 3 Native women will be raped in her lifetime...; 86 percent of rapes and sexual assaults upon Native women are perpetrated by non-Native men; few are prosecuted. ...
Why are you still hiding your copy of Divergent under a dust jacket for the latest Louise Erdrich? (Click to read more!)
The Round House, by Louise Erdrich (NOT a cheerful read, but SO good), author John Irving
Probably won’t get to all of them (I rarely do), but here is what I’m picking from this summer: Ian McEwan, The Cement Garden Bob Goff, Love Does Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Love in the Time of Cholera Martin Amis, The Rachel Papers Stephen King, On Writing (going to try to remember how to write creatively this summer) Wesley Stace, By George James Joyce, Doubliners (revisiting selected short stories) Haruki Murakami, After Dark Thomas Pynchon, Inherent Vice Emma Larkin, Finding George Orwell in Burma E.M. Forster, Howard’s End (re-reading in honor of the “Only Connect” tattoo that I will begetting in the coming weeks) Louise Erdrich, FourSouls Christopher Hitchens, Arguably (selected essays) Michael Crichton, Pirate Latitudes (for beach reading—and, well, because pirates!)
2 of 5 stars to Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich
Reading THE Round House by Louise Erdrich. Finished first 10 pages and already I am hooked.
Can't put it down, The Round House by Louise Erdrich
Here I am, where I ought to be. Louise Erdrich
“There will never come a time when I will be able to resist my emotions.” ― Louise Erdrich, Tales of Burning Love
Congrats to CQ contributor Louise Erdrich, nominee for Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction! RT
Congratulations to Louise Erdrich, nominee for the Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction!
Finally reading Louise Erdrich's The Round House. Cherry on top is its pro peanut-butter-and-pickle sandwich agenda: ravenously approve
Now reading: Louise Erdrich's "The Plague of Doves." Why has this been sitting all quiet and unassuming on my shelf for four years?
I especially hate how Louise Erdrich talks about food on every page of the Round House
Tonight at 7, will air Louise Erdrich receiving the Rough Rider Award from last week. I was there!
At our 5/9/13 benefit, we'll be giving away books by Jonathan Ames, Louise Erdrich, Doris Kearns Goodwin, A.M. Homes, &… 1/2
4 of 5 stars to Tracks by Louise Erdrich
If you like American literature but not Louise Erdrich, then you don't like American literature.
I bought Sinners and The Sea by & The Round House by Louise Erdrich (2 Minnesota writers!) at Barrett Books.
A book called Round House by Louise Erdrich. It's good easy reading.
Book binge via the mail today: Louise Erdrich’s Love Medicine, HTML & CSS, and Lean In. Looking forward to the feast.
NPR Bestselling Author, Louise Erdrich-(We are assembled by experience, sentence by sentence, until our story takes shape.)
Photo: Our souls are tethered by the love of things that cannot last. ~Louise Erdrich, “The Last Report on...
Writers who changed my life: Barbara Kingsolver, Louise Erdrich, Annie Dillard, Margaret Atwood, Rilla Askew, Ayaan Hirsi Ali
I recently read and enjoyed The Round House by Louise Erdrich
Happy day: Louise Erdrich's The Round House is on a(nother) v. choice fiction shortlist for Andrew Carnegie Prize.
mine is stupid large as well. I’ve got some Louise Erdrich coming up and I’m really excited for that.
On page 277 of 367 of Love Medicine, by Louise Erdrich
Who was it on here who had read The Round House by Louise Erdrich?
Louise Erdrich's THE Round House & Richard Ford's CANADA are finalists for the Andrew Carnegie Medal (Fiction)
As reports, we're thrilled THIS IS HOW YOU LOSE HER is a finalist for the Carnegie prize:
One of my great inspirations, Louise Erdrich, is a Carnegie Prize finalist!
In honor of sharing my April book recommendation: Louise Erdrich's, The Round House
Junot Diaz, Louise Erdrich among the ALA Carnegie Prize finalists in fiction.
Junot Diaz & Louise Erdrich among the finalists for a literary prize chosen by the American Library Association
Erdrich, Diaz among finalists for Carnegie fiction medal: Junot Diaz and Louise Erdrich are among the finalist...
Your book is on my night stand, but it's waiting for me to finish Round House because I love me some Louise Erdrich.
Junot Diaz, Louise Erdrich, and Richard Ford are the 2013 Finalists for Andrew Carnegie Medals. That's a tight race!
ALA announces finalists for the 2013 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction:
finished The Round House by Louise Erdrich and gave it 5 stars. Books like this one are why I read!
Read a National Book Award Winner - Round House by Louise Erdrich. Then join the We're Talkin' Books! Club...
Congrats to Fiction Winner Louise Erdrich on becoming the first writer to win five Minnesota Book Awards!
Probably THE Round House by Louise Erdrich. Engaging, important, educational, emotionally-fulfilling -- all good!
Fiction Pulitzer to be announced 2 p.m. (CT) today. Could Louise Erdrich win?
But it would be cool to see Louise Erdrich win, of course.
How did I miss Louise Erdrich's Birchbark series for kids? Spotted Chickadee at the library.
Louise Erdrich became the most celebrated author in the state on Saturday night, becoming the first writer to win...
Such a wonderful author. One of my faves. Way to go Louise! Louise Erdrich wins fifth Minnesota Book Award
"The painted drum" by Louise Erdrich is so difficult to read 'cause of being not catchy that i'm up to read another book in parallel with it
Louise Erdrich author of the American Book Award winning THE Round House (narrated by Gary Farmer) interviewed by...
The Minnesota Book Awards were handed out Saturday, and Louise Erdrich won her fifth.
Several years ago I was fortunate enough to get the chance to interview novelist Louise Erdrich. That interview is...
Louise Erdrich, winner of 2012 Nat'l Award, on her And Bill Moyers re Louise Erdrich: via
Great Interview with Louise Erdrich on her passion and writing her latest book, Shadow Tag.
The amazing Louise Erdrich has won the Minnesota Book Award for the fifth time!!
Bill Moyers Louise Erdrich, the winner of the 2012 National Book Award for her book The Round House, tells Bill...
I just finished an excellent book: The Master Butchers Singing Club by Louise Erdrich
The Chicago reader has picked Louise Erdrich's THE Round House In the spring book issue: violence in books
Louise Erdrich has an "eternal science fiction novel" set in the North Dakota of the future. And is brilliant.
Someday, I want to be able to weave multiple story-lines together like Louise Erdrich.
Morgan, did you read Louise Erdrich's 'The Round House'? Very good but disturbing.
The Spring Book issue of the Chicago Reader is on Violence. This is one of the series about of about seven books...
"Mix with fork. Leave lumps. That was (is) me" - Louise Erdrich
There are advantages of not being this or that. There are bonus to peripheral vision Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich ends 'Round House' w/ "We passed over in a sweep of sorrow that would persist into our small forever. We just kept going."
Congrats to Louise Erdrich on the National Book Award! Here's my review of another finalist:
A monster from the outside is to blame for violence against Native American women in "The Round House."
Thursday April 4 from 6pm - Dinner and Book Club. 'Round House' by Louise Erdrich. Menu: Risotto with saffron,...
Louise Erdrich honored by North Dakota: wins Roosevelt award, portrait to hang in state capitol building:
umm I am done at 5pm but I may just have to meet you down there cause I want to go see Louise Erdrich in Wapheton
Finished "The Round House" by Louise Erdrich... great story but I hated the ending so its not one I'll read again. Decent book though...
Louise Erdrich to get Rough Rider Award, top honor via
Louise Erdrich to get Rough Rider Award, top North Dakota honor
Louise Erdrich discusses writing and motherhood.
Congrats to Louise Erdrich for receiving the 39th Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award. Yay.
Finished the book Round House by Louise Erdrich. It was good.
Gov. Dalrymple named author Louise Erdich the 39th recipient of the Theodore Roosevelt Roughrider Award!
Louise Erdrich on the Art of Fiction in
Sounds like a good night in Wahpeton, April 19. Author Louise Erdrich named ND Rough Rider winner.
In honor of Rough Rider winner Louise Erdrich, check out our review of "The Round House" in the Jan. issue of Be Mag.
Erdrich to get Rough Rider Award, top ND honor: BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Award-winning author Louise Erdrich has ...
Author Louise Erdrich to receive 39th ND Rough Rider Award. Her sister, Heid Erdrich, was my writing prof in college.
Congratulations to author Louise Erdrich, winner of the 39th North Dakota Rough Rider Award!
I'm just psyched it's not another businessman. Congratulations to Louise Erdrich! Next: Chuck Klosterman.
Louise Erdrich honored by North Dakota: Governor will present her with the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Awar...
Award-wining author and Wahpeton-native Louise Erdrich is the 39th recipient of the ND Theodore Roosevelt Rough...
Author Louise Erdrich named the 39th recipient of the N.D. Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award - the state's top honor.
Author Louise Erdrich the 39th recipient of the North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award.
Read our review of The Round House, one of the most borrowed library books in the US!
reauthorized - what took you so long? The Round House, by Louise Erdrich, Ojibwe woman |
Thanks to all Laura Ingalls Wilder fans. Retelling of Little Hse on Prairie frm 1st Nation point of view: Louise Erdrich The Birchbark House
Thanks to Louise Erdrich I now know the Chippewa word for "fart" is "boogid". Who says reading fiction isn't educational?
I love Louise Erdrich. She is just brilliant. She also runs a bookshop
“They are my compost pile of ideas. ... After a number of years I’ll get a handful of earth.” —Erdrich on notebooks
I haven't, just told me abt it. The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
The excellent tells me it's The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich.
I'm proud of Suzan Harjo and Louise Erdrich for taking a stand for and Native women. This guy can't touch them.
Stayed up late reading Four Souls by Louise Erdrich. Her writing much more experimental than I remembered.
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