Described by Library Journal as "hands-down the best overall literary reference work ever published," the Dictionary of Literary Biography has grown to 382 standard volumes covering every major genre and literary culture, not to mention dozens of special editions that have appeared since its arrival in 1978.
Volume 382 contains lengthy entries on twenty-seven prominent American novelists publishing in the Twenty-First Century, including Adam Johnson, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning novelThe Orphan Master's Son and the National Book Award winning short story collectionFortune Smiles
Signed Entry by John Cusatis:
"Adam Johnson" 137-147.
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