Posts Tagged: Pulitzer

It Was an Honor Just to Be Nominated


We would all love to pretend that we’re above the euphoric rush of gaining approval. But winning feels good, and writing that truth in its fullness is a key step to understanding it. For the Guardian, Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses his novel The Sympathizer and describes the fascinating sensation of learning that he had won the Pulitzer Prize:

I was writing emails when Facebook and Twitter began beeping and pinging, telling me that Something Very Important had happened.


The Rumpus Interview with Kathleen Spivack


Poet Kathleen Spivack discusses releasing her debut novel Unspeakable Things at age seventy-seven. ...more