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"A great work of literature transcends its genre—whatever genre that might be," says Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon.
One of America's most distinctive voices, Chabon has been called "a magical prose stylist" by The New York Times Book Review. He is known for his lively writing, nostalgia for bygone modes of storytelling, and deep empathy for the human predicament. Chabon achieved literary fame at age twenty-four with his first novel, The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, which was a major critical and commercial success. He then published Wonder Boys, another bestseller, which was made into a film starring Michael Douglas.
Watch Chabon speak about what inspired him to become a writer and the extraordinary launch of his career, then explore his works now available as ebooks from Open Road Media: http://www.openroadmedia.com/authors/...