Tagged: The New Yorker

Jhumpa Lahiri on growing up literary

Jhumpa Lahiri, a 1993 graduate of our Fiction program in Creative Writing and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for her debut collection Interpreter of Maladies, has an article in The New Yorker about her literary childhood, “Trading Stories: Notes from a Literary Apprenticeship” : What I really sought was a better-marked trail of my parents’ […]