Pulitzer prize

Remembering Author Carol Shields

The ’indecently curious’ Carol Shields

New reflections from the beloved author on men, women, and why she wrote
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Jhumpa Lahiri renounces English for Italian

The Pulitzer-Prize winner writes a memoir about learning Italian
Stack of award winning books.  Photograph by May Truong

Do women writers have ‘literary cooties’?

A remarkable study of the kinds of books that win big prizes reveals this: Don’t write about women. Unless, that is, you’re a man.
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The Pulitzer that never was

In its 95-year history the Pulitzer has declined to name a winner 62 times