Tuesday, Apr. 17, 2012
It's the most significant award in American letters and it's a shame the jury couldn't find a work of fiction this year... It's a prize that can change the career trajectory of a writer.
- PAUL BOGAARDS,
- spokesman at publisher Alfred A. Knopf, expressing disappointment at the Pulitzer Prize board's failure to select a fiction winner for the first time in 35 years