Andrew Sean Greer’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning Comedy Broke the Rules—He’s At it Again

From a New York Times story by Alexandra Alter headlined “His Prize-Winning Comedy Broke the Rules. He’s at It Again.”:

In the spring of 2018, the novelist Andrew Sean Greer was working as the director of a writers residency in Tuscany, where his unofficial duties included cleaning up after an incontinent pug. The pug belonged to his boss, a baronessa, and Greer felt the frequent messes had gotten out of hand.

“I decided we can’t have this happening at the dinner table,” Greer recounted recently at a coffee shop in the West Village. “Margaret Atwood is coming, and I was like, we can’t.”