Harper Lee, one of the world’s most recognized authors, born April 28, 1926, published her one and only novel “To Kill A Mockingbird” in 1960 at the age of thirty four. The book was an instant hit around the globe selling over thirty million-copies. Lee’s phenomenon was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction only a year after its publication and in 1999 it was voted “Best Novel of the Century” by the Library Journal. Through out the years and around the world, this story has touched the lives of many people. To this day people reference the book including Atticus Finch’s wisdom, Scout’s curiosity or Arthur Radley’s audacity. Many have theories as to what Ms. Lee has been doing with her writing career for the past fifty years. Some think she has been writing for all of these years and will release a bunch of new material before she passes away. Others think she might have taken a different pen name or she just got tired of writing. In an exclusive interview with Bluegrass Special on the fiftieth year anniversary of “To Kill A Mockingbird” she says that she has been working on a novel but it takes a very long time to write. She has no predictions on the publication date but it’s good to know that there will hopefully be more coming!