Our favorite salty old lady Doris Lessing is still all grumpy about having won the 2007 Nobel Prize for literature, calling it a "bloody disaster." She says that all the attention has been less than constructive, "All I do is give interviews and spend time being photographed." The 88-year-old also says that she's no longer writing because she no longer has the energy. Or maybe she's simply just fed up with it all, after her latest work Alfred and Emily, a fictionalized biography of her parents, received mixed reviews. [BBC, Telegraph]
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