The Tournament of Books’ organizers Andrew Womack and Rosecrans Baldwin are TMN’s co-founders. Baldwin’s latest novel is The Last Kid Left. His next book, a work of creative nonfiction about the city-state of Los Angeles, is forthcoming in 2021 from MCD x FSG (Farrar, Straus and Giroux).
It’s the last day of camp—and time to announce which book you voted to send to the 2020 Tournament of Books.
It’s the final day of discussion at Camp ToB, as we finish up the second half of Black Leopard, Red Wolf—and you decide which of our August reads is triumphant.
Five books down, one big, gory, complicated, shock-inducing book to go. This week, we discuss the first half of Marlon James’s Black Leopard, Red Wolf.
This week, we wrap up our discussion of the first book in our August matchup: Lauren Wilkinson’s American Spy.
Four books down, and two to go until our end-of-summer finale, where you’ll decide which of our Camp ToB reads goes to the 2020 Tournament of Books. This week, we begin our final matchup of the summer with the first half of American Spy.
This week, we take a very unexpected turn as we enter the second half of Susan Choi’s Trust Exercise. And it’s time for you to tell us which of our two July books you want to see in our end-of-summer finale.
We head into the latter half of Camp ToB with the second book in our July matchup, Susan Choi’s Trust Exercise.
This week, we wrap up Valeria Luiselli’s Lost Children Archive, and we have so much to talk about.
It’s a new month and a new matchup. This week, we’re discussing the first half of Valeria Luiselli’s Lost Children Archive.
This week we wrap up our June reading—and it’s time for you to decide which of the two books we read this month heads to our end-of-summer finale.
This week, we kick off our second book of the summer: a dive into the sex, drugs, and rock and roll of the late ‘60s LA music scene.
Welcome back for the second week of Camp ToB 2019! Gather round for the conclusion of Elizabeth McCracken’s Bowlaway.