A two-time Pulitzer winner, the late John Updike regularly wrote essays, criticism, and fiction for the New Yorker and the New York Review of Books.
Admired—and chided—for his social satire, Martin Amis is the author of the novels Money and London Fields, and the memoir Experience.
In his many novels and short stories, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Ford examines the woes and pleasures of quotidian life.
Among the most influential writers of the twentieth century, the late Ernest Hemingway won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954.
If a man can’t walk around in his own country without fear, what business does he have selling freedom to the Russians?