When legendary writer Truman Capote had the very first hints of his anticipated work "Answered Prayers" published in Esquire Magazine in 1987, many were both elated and disappointed. Psychology professor William Todd Schultz remembers that time.
Perhaps best known for "Breakfast at Tiffany's, "In Cold Blood," and "Other Rooms, Other Voices," famed writer Truman Capote lead a very colorful life. Psychology professor and author William Todd Schultz provides insight into the life of Capote with his book, "Tiny Terror - why Truman Capote almost wrote Answered Prayers." Published by Oxford University Press, (2011).