"NEW YORK -Fifty years after debuting with "Goodbye, Columbus," Philip Roth is as prolific as ever.
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced Wednesday that the Pulitzer Prize-winning author will have a novel out this fall, titled "The Humbling," about an aging stage performer. Next year, he'll have another book, "Nemesis," set during a polio epidemic in 1944.
Roth, who turns 76 next month, has been averaging a book a year for the past few years.
His works include "Portnoy's Complaint," "American Pastoral" and "The Human Stain."
What? How does he know they won't be rejected?