Faculty Richard Ford Publishes His New Novel 'Canada'

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Faculty Richard Ford's highly anticipated novel Canada was released in May 2012, and received high praise from Michiko Kakutani of The New York Times, who described it as "a powerful new novel." USA Today hails Ford's writing as "heartbreaking," The Daily Beast calls Canada Ford's best novel in years and author Lorrie Moore's review for The New Yorker said Ford was "possessed of a writer’s greatest gifts."

Ford is the author of the novels The Sportswriter, Lay of the Land and Independence Day, which won both the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction and the PEN/Faulkner Award.

Watch The Wall Street Journal Online interview with Ford and the book trailer here.
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