Excited to begin The Round House by Louise Erdrich!

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My kids (most of them!) go back to school tomorrow and I am returning to a semi-normal routine.  Looking forward to reading The Round House, Erdrich’s 14th novel and winner of the 2012 National Book Award for fiction.

Here is a complete list of Erdrich’s novels, stories, children’s literature, non-fiction and awards:

Novels

  • Love Medicine (1984)
  • The Beet Queen (1986)
  • Tracks (1988)
  • The Crown of Columbus [coauthored with Michael Dorris] (1991)
  • The Bingo Palace (1994)
  • Tales of Burning Love (1997)
  • The Antelope Wife (1998)
  • The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse (2001)
  • The Master Butchers Singing Club (2003)
  • Four Souls (2004)
  • The Painted Drum (2005)
  • The Plague of Doves (Harper, 2008)
  • Shadow Tag (Harper, 2010)
  • The Round House (2012)

Story collections

  • The Red Convertible: Collected and New Stories 1978-2008 (2009)

Children’s literature

  • Grandmother’s Pigeon (1996)
  • The Birchbark House (1999)
  • The Range Eternal (2002)
  • The Game of Silence (2005)
  • The Porcupine Year (2008)
  • Chickadee (2012)

Poetry

  • Jacklight (1984)
  • Baptism of Desire (1989)
  • Original Fire: Selected and New Poems (2003)

Non-fiction

  • Route Two [coauthored with Michael Dorris] (1990)
  • The Blue Jay’s Dance: A Birthyear (1995)
  • Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country (2003)

As editor or contributor

  • The Broken Cord by Michael Dorris (Foreword) (1989)
  • The Best American Short Stories 1993 (Editor, with Katrina Kenison) (1993)

Awards

(Thanks to Wikipedia for providing this information.)

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4 thoughts on “Excited to begin The Round House by Louise Erdrich!

  1. I can recall being slightly obsessed with her early stuff, especially The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse (actually would like to re-read that one just seeing the title again!). But I read Shadow Tag a couple years ago and didn’t like it at all– it was just so ominous!

      1. Yes!! I believe it was her best. Such a finely woven story. But a lot of the characters were from some of her other novels but could be totally a strand alone piece.

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