Michael Chabon is an author, novelist and short story writer from the U.S, who has become one of the most prominent authors of the 20th century. His perceptive novels and short story collections that have captivated readers all over the world. He studied arts at the University of Pittsburgh and then acquired a post graduate master’s degree in creative writing from the University of California and embarked on a career as a writer. His debut novel, ‘The Mysteries of Pittsburgh’, published in 1988 was an instant hit that made him a literary star and he has not looked back since. Chabon’s work is well-known for using recurring themes in addition to nostalgia, familial issues, estrangement, usage and metaphors and most notably a thrust towards the understanding of Jewish identity. This distinctive style has made him one of the noted authors of the modern era. Some of his other popular works include ‘Wonder Boys’, ‘Telegraph Avenue’ and ‘The Yiddish Policeman’s Union’ among others. In 2001, he won the ‘Pulitzer Prize for Fiction’ for his novel ‘The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay’, which has been considered as his greatest work. His writings cover several subjects and viewpoints that contain his popular sayings and quotes. Here is a collection of thoughts, quotation and sayings by Michael Chabon which have been scanned from the vast sea of his writings, thoughts, sayings, books and interviews.