Junot Diaz, New Pulitzer Prize Winner, Speaks @ Google

Last week, Junot Diaz land­ed the Pulitzer Prize for fic­tion with his debut nov­el, The Brief Won­drous Life of Oscar Wao. The book, which Diaz took 11 years to write, also won the Nation­al Book Crit­ics Cir­cle Award for best nov­el of 2007. Below, we have Diaz speak­ing last year about his prize win­ning book at Google. (Get more Google author talks here.) You can also catch his inter­view on NPR’s Fresh air (iTunesFeedStream here).


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