Posts Tagged ‘Pulitzer Prize’

Q&A with Pulitzer Winner Tom Reiss

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By Emillio Mesa Editor’s Note: Yesterday, the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winners were announced, and Tom Reiss was awarded the prize for Biography for his book The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo, “a compelling story of a forgotten swashbuckling hero of mixed race whose bold exploits were captured by [&hellip
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Conversation with The Onion’s Editor-in-Chief Joe Randazzo

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After four years as editor in chief of The Onion, comedian Joe Randazzo is leaving the paper, and America’s self-proclaimed “finest news source” is relocating its offices from New York to Chicago. City & State editor Morgan Pehme talks with Randazzo about his tenure at the helm of the popular satiric publication and asks him [&hellip
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Where’s the 2011 Pulitzer for Fiction? And Doug Strassler’s other reactions to this year’s Pulitzer Prizes

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Apparently, a spoonful of water helps the medicine go down for the members of the Pulitzer committee. I’m referring to yesterday’s surprise announcement to award the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama to Quiara Alegría Hudes for Water by the Spoonful. The drama follows a young Iraq War veteran after returning home to Philadelphia. I’ve not [&hellip
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