Annie Proulx

Annie  Proulx

Annie Proulx was born in Connecticut in 1935. She wins the PEN/Faulkner Award for her first novel, Cartes postales (1992), and the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award the following year for Noeuds et dénouements (Cahiers rouges, 2005). They'll see Les Crimes de l'Accordéon (Grasset, 2004), Un as dans la manche (Grasset, 2005), and the new Brokeback Mountain (Grasset, 2006), which is based on Ang Lee's famous film. Annie Proulx, regarded as one of America's greatest writers, currently resides in Wyoming.