Posted on October 3, 2022 at 12:52 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

If last week's Nobel Prize in Literature prediction post was too lightweight for you, boy, do we have a correction.

Alex Shephard has a long column on the subject, simultaneously taking the task of guessing who will win seriously and treating it as absurd.

He begins by acknowledging his own mixed record on predictions and by philosophizing on all the outside factors that influence Nobel choices ...

... and then he takes a look at possible victors ranked by geographic regions (sometimes a single country, other times collections of them).

Head to The New Republic for Shephard's many thoughts about potential Nobel Prize in Literature winners.

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