Sunday, October 13, 2013

Munro May Write Again, After Winning Nobel

That's what the charming 82-year-old Canadian told Adam Smith a couple of days ago. I know next to nothing about the "master of the contemporary short story" so I was curious to read what other writers had to say. And here's some of her pieces to discover.

What I do know however is that the Nobel committee is discriminating against the ultra-short story writer. Maybe I should stop writing too.

P.S. The economics Nobel Prize will be announced tomorrow. Too bad they don't give a reverse Nobel Prize, eh?


akagugo said...

Ah, execuse my English, but "The economics Nobel Prize" technically doesn't exist: it's ommission from the original list of Nobel prizes actually was correct by the creation of the "Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel" in 1968.

A reverse of the Nobel Prizes? Just choose from either the igNobel Prize, or any of these.

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Interesan. Bug ki ti fer krapo tini dan ler ti gagn nobel fizik apre.