anne whitehouse

Beginning in the late 1980s and during the 1990s, Anne Whitehouse's book reviews appeared frequently in The New York Times Book Review, the Baltimore Sun, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Miami Herald, the Louisville Courier Journal, The Jewish Forward, The Boston Globe, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Detroit News, and other newspapers. Her literary interests are eclectic; she has reviewed literary fiction (with an emphasis on fiction from Latin America, the American South, Europe, and by African-American and Jewish authors), poetry, biography and memoir, history, art and photography.

Read Anne Whitehouse's reviews on the Internet:

Jeffrey DeLotto, Voices Writ in Sand. Rain Taxi Review of Books, Winter 2012-13.

Erika Dreifus, Quiet Americans. Gently Read Literature: Essays and Criticism of Poetry and Literary Fiction, January 1, 2011.

Vulcan Presides: Anne Whitehouse on Charles Entrekin’s Red Mountain Birmingham Alabama 1965
Gently Read Literature: Essays and Criticism of Contemporary Poetry and Literary Fiction, 5/1/09.

Rochelle Ratner, Ben Casey Days. Gently Read Literature: Essays and Criticism of Contemporary Poetry and Literary Fiction, 12/1/08.

Connie Porter, All-Bright Court. The New York Times, 6/18/00 and 8/16/92.

Louis de Bernieres, Senor Vivo and the Coca Lord. The New York Times, 3/15/98.

Anne Landsman, The Devils Chimney. The Miami Herald, 11/16/97.

Melissa Faye Greene, The Temple Bombing. Salon, 4/29/96.

Amy Bloom, Come to Me. The New York Times, 4/17/94.

Douglas Cooper, Amnesia. The Chicago Tribune, 4/3/94.

Fay Weldon, Moon over Minneapolis. Salon, 4/26/92.

Click here for a full bibliography of Anne Whitehouse's Book Reviews.



References to Anne Whitehouse's Reviews on the Internet:

Isabel Allende. The Stories of Eva Luna. The Baltimore Sun, 3/3/1991.

Nina Berberova. The Tattered Cloak and Other Novels. The Baltimore Sun, 7/14/1991.

Mary Gordon. Good Boys and Dead Girls. The Baltimore Sun, 4/21/1991.

Amy Bloom, Come to Me.

Howard Norman, The Bird Artist.

Arturo Arias, After the Bomb.

Louis de Berneres, Senor Vivo and the Coca Lord.

Lilly Brett, What God Wants.

Isabelle Allende, The Infinite Plan and Stories of Eva Luna.

Connie Porter, All-Bright Court.

Lois-Ann Yamanaka, Wild Meat and the Bully Burgers.

Melissa Faye Greene, The Temple Bombing.

Maya Angelou, Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now.