I have an extra copy of Delicious Food if your interested. I agree though the jury will matter because it has already lost to a couple of books on this list. Well, Adam Johnson is really in a class by himself. Solid Pulitzer choice, in my opinion.
I would be happy to see The Sellout win. The Turner House by Angela Flournoy They choose the top 16 books according to their committee I guess and then pair them off in brackets like the March Madness in basketball.
But I think it is the defining book of the year, in a year filled with many excellent books. Of course, Tsar is linked short stories, right?
Beatty walks a tightrope between outrageous hilarity and profound contemplation on themes that run the gamut. Honeydew by Edith Pearlman 9. Mstexexec - Apr 15, Thank you for the response.
So it might well be another finalist or winner. Has anyone read this book? Fortune Smiles might be a good choice for finalist, the jury tends to often include a short story collection in there.
Fates and Furies has some lovely prose, but as others have observed, the story itself is a bit insular. Now scrambling to find a first edition of it, just in case! Selected Stories by Lucia Berlin John Mandel were in the top 10 on the PPrize list. Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh 7.
Perhaps even a winner. Even though the Sellout won, it was the ALL decisions that provoked much greater interest, with defenders and adversaries engaging in amazing and thoughtful defences and attacks.- Prediction information for PPrize publishes an annual prediction list of the books that are most likely to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.Download