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kate-sullivan's picture
Apr.15.2014
This week, I'm reading the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Donna Tartt (The Goldfinch/LittleBrown) and last week I finished reading the book by James McCourt (Lasting City: The Anatomy of Nostalgia). It's been a great week.  The ARC from HarperCollins/Ecco has arrived and this new memoir by Tom...
nina-schuyler's picture
Nov.24.2013
Paul Harding, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Tinkers, gives the following sound advice to writers: "Write as precisely and as lucidly and as richly as you can about what you find truly mysterious and irreducible about human experience, and not obscurely about what will prove to be...
dale-estey's picture
Nov.23.2013
And it is stellar. [DE] Paul Harding * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 5 Writing Tips: By Paul HardingPaul Harding is the author of two novels, Tinkers and Enon, both of which have received starred reviews from PW. Oh, and the former is also the winnner of the Pulitzer Prize. Pay attention, because...
nina-schuyler's picture
Jan.12.2013
  I use lists all the time. To do lists, partly for the immense satisfaction of crossing something out, grocery lists, and mental lists of what’s packed in the diaper bag, what’s in my bag before I step out the front door. So why not use lists in your writing? Paul Harding uses a list to great...
bob-mustin's picture
Nov.18.2010
It's a positive that Jaimy Gordon's The Lord Of Misrule has won the award for fiction. Less so, I think, that Patti Smith's Just Kids, a memoir of her crazy bohemian years spent with Robert Mapplethorpe won for non-fiction. Gordon's book draws my initial praise because it's the product of another...
bob-mustin's picture
May.15.2010
Every now and then a good book completely passes us by: we don’t get a copy, for whatever reason, and we don’t request one because the book’s not on our radar. That’s what happened with Paul Harding’s first novel, “Tinkers,” which was published at the beginning of 2009 by the Bellevue Literary...
bob-mustin's picture
May.15.2010
Every now and then a good book completely passes us by: we don’t get a copy, for whatever reason, and we don’t request one because the book’s not on our radar. That’s what happened with Paul Harding’s first novel, “Tinkers,” which was published at the beginning of 2009 by the Bellevue Literary...