My extended interview with Paul Harding is available in the newly published Eleven Eleven Issue 11. Hot off the press and only available in print, Harding expands on his Words With Writers interview from 2010. He answers additional questions about his current project, how his background in music influences his writing, what it’s like to win the Pulitzer for your first book, what he finds challenging about writing, how his goals have changed over time, and his advice for aspiring writers. Go forth and read, and enjoy that you’re also supporting an artful literary mag!
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An introduction to Paul Harding, whose debut novel Tinkers (Bellevue Literary Press) won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. Harding is at work on a new novel, Enon, which is titled after the village in Massachusetts where the story is set. Read the rest of this entry »