Saunders on Life After Winning the Man-Booker Prize
George Saunders, College of Arts and Sciences professor, won the 2017 Man Booker Prize Award for his Novel, Lincoln in the Bardo. He recently was interviewed by Star 2, to discuss life after the win and what he will be doing next.
“I always try to take anything that happens to me in my writing career, positive or negative, and sort of ‘dedicate’ it to the next project,” he said. “This very positive response to Lincoln In The Bardo will serve, I hope, to make me even bolder in the next book.”