It’s always fun to see the little guy win. In the case of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, the little guy is small press (or, as the Wall Street Journal calls it, “tiny press”), Bellevue Literary Press.

The WSJ‘s “SpeakEasy” blog writes about the drama at Bellevue’s offices when they got the news that they were the first small press to be so honored since Louisiana State won for A Confederacy of Dunces in 1981.

Happily, in this case, the author is still living.

The book continues at #10 (and rising) on Amazon

Paul Harding
Retail Price: $14.95
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Bellevue Literary Press – (2009-01-01)
ISBN / EAN: 193413712X / 9781934137123

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