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Tracy Kidder

Author, Rough Sleepers

Tracy Kidder has spent the best part of the past 45 years writing books of narrative nonfiction: The Soul of a New Machine, House, Among Schoolchildren, Old Friends, Hometown, Mountains Beyond Mountains, My Detachment, Strength in What Remains, Good Prose (in collaboration with Richard Todd, his editor of 47 years), and A Truck Full of Money. He has published articles and essays in periodicals including The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Atlantic Monthly, where he was for many years a contributing editor. He has also published short fiction and edited a volume of The Best American Essays. Kidder has won The Pulitzer Prize, The National Book Award, The Robert F. Kennedy Award, The Ambassador Book Award, and The L.L. Winship Book Award, among other literary prizes.

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