T. C. Boyle

T. C. Boyle has published 14 novels and 10 collections of short stories. He won the PEN/Faulkner award in 1988 for his novel World’s End, and the Prix Médicis étranger for The Tortilla Curtain in 1995, as well as the 2014 Henry David Thoreau award for excellence in nature writing. He is a Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Southern California and lives in Santa Barbara.


ARTICLES FEATURING T.C.

Virtue for Spite

In "The Harder They Come," T.C. Boyle takes on the toxic kernel of the American far right, calling attention to the durable saliency of the libertarian fringe....


The Wonder of Disillusionment

Even when you finish reading T.C. Boyle's new novel, "The Harder They Come," you will turn the blank page hoping for more....


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