, Newburyport, MA


September 20, 2013

Pulitzer winner's new novel inspired by Wenham


Harding has started on a book tour for “Enon” that will take him across the country to 29 stores and should be finished by Thanksgiving, he said.

He has no idea what his next novel will be about, but relishes not knowing exactly where he’s going or why.

“The term I’ve always thought of is interrogative fiction,” he said. “You’re writing in order to find out what the subjects are, rather than you know and you’re telling people.”

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