Author of a well-remembered novel, NOW IN NOVEMBER,and an essayist of grave and perception, JOSEPHINE W. JOHNSON lives in a century-old house on the outskirts of Cincinnati, where she shares with her children the discovery of a secret world.
JOSEPHINE JOHNSON, a native of Missouri, whose first published short story appeared in the Atlantic, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1934 with her beautifully descriptive novel. Now in November. Today she is living with her husband, her two children, and Fuzzy, the cat she describes in her story, in a 130-year-old house just outside of Cincinnati. In spite of her family responsibilities, she still finds the necessary quiet for the new novel on which she is at work.