But Where in the World Is Nina Garcia?

It’s getting very difficult to muddle on without her, but we have nevertheless appointed our judges for the 2010 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards. They are Horn Book Magazine executive editor Martha V. Parravano, NYT children’s books editor Julie Just, and novelist (and long-time-ago Horn Book columnist) Gregory Maguire. Information about the awards and guidelines for submissions can be found on our website.

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Alice Hoffman About Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman is the author of more than thirty best-selling titles for adults, including Practical Magic and The Museum of Extraordinary Things. Her latest novel for children is Nightbird (Lamb/Random), reviewed in this issue.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    >Nina was back on PR last night!

  2. Christine TB says:

    >Sigh – Nina and Michael are okay. But I met Tim Gunn when he was in town for an event and he's so awesomely fabulous. Be still my heart! He can stay on the show forever.

    (My DH says I'm authorized to make that statement with no repercussions!)

    Can we get him to judge literary awards? :-)

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