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He Won the Pulitzer Prize In Poetry. He’s A Grad Student In…Non Fiction?

Jesse Kornbluth reviews grad student Greg Pardlo's "Digest". The post He Won the Pulitzer Prize In Poetry. He’s A Grad Student In…Non Fiction? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

When Greg Pardlo Won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, He Was a Graduate Student In... Non-Fiction

Greg Pardlo submitted "Digest," his slim book of poems, to the major publishers. All rejected it. He sent it to Four Way Books, which is, like the poet, literary and decidedly non-profit. In 2014, Four Way published his 75-page book....Show More Summary

'Color Purple' Scribe Alice Walker Opens Up About Her Boycott Of Israel

As a new Broadway production of 'The Color Purple' gets underway, Pulitzer Prize winning author Alice Walker talks to veteran journalist Karu F. Daniels about her boycott of Israel, reconciling with her estranged daughter and which other novel she hopes will get adapted for the stage. Show More Summary

Mesmerizing Aerial Photos Show Nighttime NYC (And Other Dazzling Cities)

  When Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Vincent Laforet goes up in a helicopter high above your city, he doesn't come back down until he's got a camera full of delicious urban eye candy. For the past year Laforet has been flying over various cities at night to gather images for his deluxe new book AIR, coming out just in time for the holidays. Show More Summary

David Leonhardt to Join New York Times Op-Ed Page

Mr. Leonhardt, a Pulitzer Prize winner, is the founding editor of the paper’s digitally focused The Upshot. He will be a staff columnist for Op-Ed.

As The Black Progressive Fundamentalists Run Their Counter-Reality-Narrative Using The "Justice Thrugood Marshall Social Justice Scheme" They Injure Black Children Who Are Colonized Within Their Sphere Of Influence

These WHITE FOLKS Won A PULITZER PRIZE Reporting On VIOLENCE Within A Predominately Black School System ASSAULT ON LEARNING - How Violence In The 70% Black Philadelphia School System Is A Threat To Children's Education And Socialization...Show More Summary

5 Hot Books: Sliding Toward Big Brother, and a Novel About Brooklyn That's Now a Major Motion Picture

This article first appeared in The National Book Review 5 books people are talking about this week -- or should be. 1. Power Wars: Inside Obama's Post-9/11 Presidency by Charlie Savage (Little, Brown) Pulitzer Prize winner-Savage, aShow More Summary

40 Best Moments from "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1962) - One of The Most Important Films of All Time

To Kill a Mockingbird is a 1962 American drama film directed by Robert Mulligan. The screenplay by Horton Foote was based on the 1960 Pulitzer Prize–winning novel of the same name by Harper Lee. It stars Gregory Peck in the role of Atticus...Show More Summary

Robert Montemayor dies at 62, helped Times win Pulitzer with series on Latino community

Robert Montemayor, who was on the team of Times journalists who shared the 1984 Pulitzer Prize gold medal for meritorious public service for the series “Southern California’s Latino Community," has died in a Lubbock, Texas hospital. He was 62. The cause of his Oct. 21 death was cancer, said his...

‘A Different Kind of Derek Jeter': Gregory Pardlo Talks With Allan Wolpe at WBGO

What does it mean to win the Pulitzer Prize? Gregory Pardlo says, in conversation with Allan Wolpe, that he is still “negotiating what that means” but he feels responsible to young writers to respond to everyone. More: One of the things that I chafe against is the flattening of the narrative, the story that comes […]

Bucking national trend, the Post and Courier plans to open D.C. bureau

The Post and Courier, which won a Pulitzer Prize earlier this year, plans to open a one-person bureau in Washington, D.C. After nine people were fatally shot at a prominent black church in Charleston, South Carolina this June, the hometown newspaper sprung into action. Show More Summary

Obama Learned Good Citizenship From Novels

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Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Marilynne Robinson met up with president Barack Obama to discuss books and the role of reading on American culture last month September.

Pulitzers expand eligibility for magazine entries

The Pulitzer Prizes are opening three more of the award categories to online and print magazines. The Pulitzer board announced Tuesday that the International Reporting, Criticism and Editorial... To view the full story, click the title link.

Pulitzer Prizes open additional categories to magazines

The Pulitzer Prizes, America’s top honor for journalism, announced on Tuesday that online and print magazines are now eligible to enter categories for international reporting, criticism and editorial cartooning. The announcement, which...Show More Summary

Lily Deanne : The Latest Line of Camera Bags From ThinkTank Photo

Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer, Deanne Fitzmaurice know what makes a great camera bag. As a working photographer and partner in the best camera bag company around, she knows how necessity is the mother of invention, and her company listens to you and the legions of photographers out there about their needs. And because of that […]

State of Terror

Junot Diaz, whose novel The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao won the Pulitzer Prize in 2008, has been deemed “un-patriotic” and “anti-Dominican” by the Dominican Republic’s consul in New York City. Diaz had been working in Washington with Haitian-born writer Edwidge Danticat in the hopes of urging the U.S. government to take action against […]

Stacy Schiff's history of Salem trials and Alex Mar's book on modern pagans offer bewitching reading

In "The Witches: Salem, 1692," a masterful account of the epidemic of paranoia and religious fervor that overcame residents of Essex County in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff takes on "America's tiny reign of terror," the Salem witch trials. Most Americans know...

What If a Friend Let You Go To Prison For His Own Corruption?

As in Death of a Salesman, his 1949 Pulitzer Prize winner (and my personal favorite) Arthur Miller’s All My Sons looks at an American family in crisis and weaves their story into a broader vision of a morally bankrupt culture. Dated in tone and language, its focus on the prevalence...

Don’t Let Eileen Myles’s Radical Badass Lesbian Reputation Overwhelm the Joy of Actually Reading Her Poems

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It’s hard to think about Eileen Myles without being overwhelmed by her reputation as a badass. She lived on the Lower East Side in the 1970s, hung out in the Chelsea Hotel while working for Pulitzer Prize–winning poet James Schuyler, and has been a fixture of queer/underground/small press scenes ever since. Show More Summary

Narrowing Down the Longlists: National Book Awards Finalists Announced

They include MacArthur Fellow Ta-Nehisi Coates and Pulitzer Prize winners Tracy K. Smith and Adam Johnson.

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