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Authors Who Keep Going After Age 80
Philip Roth may have thrown in the towel at 79, but the AP and CBC remind of us some colleagues who remain in the game: Elmore Leonard, David Ferry (who won this year's National Book Award for poetry), Toni Morrison ... Even 97-year-old Herman Wouk has a new book out. (Oddly, they neglected to mention Alice Munro.) CBC 11/28/12
Posted December 6, 2012 12:46 AM

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