The 10 Best Books of 2021: A Virtual Event with the Editors

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The 10 Best Books of 2021: A Virtual Event with the Editors
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On Nov. 30, Times subscribers will be the first to find out what made this year’s 10 Best Books list from editors of The Book Review and a guest, Lena Waithe. How do editors of The New York Times Book Review choose the annual 10 Best Books list? Which fiction and nonfiction works will make the cut this year, and why? This year, Times subscribers will be the first to find out. On the morning of Nov. 30, before the list is published, The Book Review will announce this year’s 10 Best Books list in a virtual event just for subscribers. The event will begin with a welcome from the actor, writer and producer Lena Waithe, who is starting her own book imprint. Then, the Book Review editor Pamela Paul will give an inside look at the yearlong process of determining the list. The editors Gal Beckerman, Lauren Christensen, Greg Cowles, Emily Eakin, Elisabeth Egan, MJ Franklin, Tina Jordan, Dave Kim and John Williams will announce and discuss this year’s selections. They will also share some of their own personal favorites that didn’t make the cut. (Note you must be a NY Times subscriber to join this event).

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