Adam Johnson's dystopian epic of North Korea has won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction.
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Fiction
Hilary Mantel and George Saunders are the only two writers to grace Time's "The 100 Most Influential People of 2013".
Check out this animation of Leonard Lopate's 1996 interview with David Foster Wallace.
Flannery O'Connor reads from what is perhaps an early draft of her essay "Some Aspects of the Grotesque In Southern Fiction."
Sloane Crosley says alphabetical bookshelves are for amateurs. However she shelves her books, she'll keep David Rakoff's "Fraud" close at hand.
Vladimir Nabokov's ongoing legend was self-created. Andrea Pitzer's new biography traces the fabric of his self-made myth.
W. H. Auden, Jean-Paul Sartre, Graham Greene and Ayn Rand all relied on amphetamines to write, as is revealed in "Daily Rituals: How Artists Work."