When Richard Ford is between novels he reads more but admits he mostly doesn’t do much of anything. “I’m idle,” the Pulitzer Prize winner says on the phone from his Boothbay Harbor, Maine, home. He comes to Boston next month to headline the Boston Book Festival and read from his new novel, “Canada.”
By Amy Sutherland| Globe Staff September 15, 2012
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