No Pulitzer for fiction this year. It wasn't a suitable shortlist, I think: only one 'real' novel, the other two of the three were a reprinted novella from almost ten years ago and a posthumously cobbled-together book. It is an oddity of group decision-making that this sort of situation can easily lead to a deadlock, especially when two different groups are responsible for the shortlist and the final determination.
Pitching a 33 1/3 book. (Via.) I've long had a yen to write one of these, but I have too many other projects lined up already, I think.
One of the 'places of power' for my novel rewrite: I will have to see what I can do with this.
I want this book! (Phenomenon of really useful out-of-print books = prohibitive pricing; I will get it from the library....)
Last but not least: Japanese penguin goes shopping!