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Trump Biographer: 'Rigged Election' Is Cover For Humiliation Trump's 'Losing To A Woman'

Michael D'Antonio, a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and Trump biographer told CNN that Donald pitched the "rigged election" narrative because, "The idea of being defeated by a woman is almost unimaginable for him." D'Antonio joinedShow More Summary

Review: Lyric Theatre’s version of “A Chorus Line” surprisingly bland and fails to pop to life

21 hours agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

It’s one of the most beloved musicals of all time, both a nine-time Tony Award winner and the recipient of a Pulitzer Prize. Atlanta Lyric Theatre -- the area’s only company dedicated to musical theater -- has just opened its take of A Chorus Line, in a production running through November 6 at the Jennie T. Anderson Theatre.

Poet Lucia Perillo Dead At 58

“Known for her sense of humor and her writing about living with multiple sclerosis, … she received a MacArthur ‘Genius’ fellowship [in 2000] … {and] was a finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in poetry for her collection Inseminating the Elephant.”

Read Eli Sanders's Pulitzer Prize Winning Story, "The Bravest Woman in Seattle"

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by The Stranger AARON BAGLEY The prosecutor wanted to know about window coverings. He asked: Which windows in the house on South Rose Street, the house where you woke up to him standing over you with a knife that night—which windowsShow More Summary

L.A. Times donates Pulitzer award money to fund youth journalism project in San Bernardino

The Los Angeles Times, awarded the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for its coverage of the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, has announced that it is donating the prize money to fund a student journalism project in the city.  The partnership with Cajon High School and Cal State San Bernardino...

Newswire: Bob Dylan receives honor of being acknowledged by his high school

After multiple Grammys, an Oscar, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, a Pulitzer, and most recently, the Nobel Prize for Literature, Bob Dylan has finally achieved every teenager’s dream: seeing his name in plastic outside his high school. Show More Summary

Well That Took Long Enough

“The broad expansion of digital journalism has led to a growing overlap in the work and roles of newspapers, digital-only news sites, and magazines.” The Pulitzer Prize Board announced yesterday that both print and online magazines will...Show More Summary

Svetlana Alexievich, Margo Jefferson Among Finalists For UK’s Top Non-Fiction Award

“Books by two journalists, one a Pulitzer prizewinner, the other a Nobel laureate, have made it to the shortlist announced on Monday for the £30,000 Baillie Gifford prize for non-fiction.”

Magazines now eligible for all journalism Pulitzer Prizes

Print and online magazines are now eligible for Pulitzer Prizes in all journalism categories. The Pulitzer Prize Board announced Wednesday that entries of work done in 2016 will be accepted... To view the full story, click the title link.

American Pastoral review

The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Nobel Prize non-winning Philip Roth's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, American Pastoral. This has now -- yes, almost two decades after the book came out -- been made intoShow More Summary

Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash

New Yorker television critic Emily Nussbaum, a Pulitzer Prize winner, spent the Republican National Convention pen-pricking presidential nominee Donald Trump as a misogynist shyster running an “ugly and xenophobic campaign.” What Nussbaum didn’t disclose: she contributed $250 to Democrat Hillary Clinton in April. Show More Summary

The good and the bad of Bill Clinton

The newest episode in the Presidential podcast is all about the 42nd president, Bill Clinton. David Maraniss, who won the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on Clinton, explores how his core character traits had both a bright and a dark side. "He’s sort of chaos theory," says Maraniss, a longtime reporter for The Washington Post and […]

Exclusive: Roger Ebert's "The Great Movies IV" In Print For the First Time

The long-awaited fourth installment of Pulitzer Prize–winning film critic Roger Ebert's book series compiling his essays on the greatest films ever made is now on sale. The Great Movies IV includes the final 62 "Great Movies" entries written by Ebert for the Chicago Sun-Times prior to his death in 2013. Show More Summary

25 Years of The Stranger: A Critical Overview

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by A. Birch Steen, Stranger Public Editor and OSHA Board of Governors Member (Deceased) The last time my pen touched these accursed pages was just after the Pulitzer Prize committee had set its good name ablaze by awarding Eli Sanders—and by extension The Stranger—its highest honor. Show More Summary

2009–2016: The Stranger's Imperial Phase and That Time We Won a Pulitzer

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

2009–2016: Highlights from The Stranger's Award-Winning Imperial Phase by Stranger Staff I doubt that anyone who worked at The Stranger in the ’90s or the ’00s would ever guess that one year we’d win a Pulitzer Prize. After all, TheShow More Summary

In Colson Whitehead’s Imaginative The Underground Railroad, the Train to Freedom Is Real

Previously nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and the recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship and a MacArthur “genius” grant, Colson Whitehead has now been nominated for a National Book Award for his latest novel, The Underground Railroad, itself already selected as an Oprah’s Book Club pick for 2016. Whitehead is also the author of John Henry […]

National Book Awards 2016 Finalists Announced

The 2016 National Book Awards finalists have been announced and include two Pulitzer Prize winners and two previous National Book Award winners. According to the National Book Foundation’s official website, the National Book Award, which is an American literary prize, was established in 1950. Show More Summary

New Voices in Vietnamese American Literature: A Conversation with Viet Thanh Nguyen, Andrew Lam, and Aimee Phan

Viet Thanh Nguyen became the first Vietnamese American writer to win the Pulitzer Prize for his debut novel, The Sympathizer, this year. His achievement was particularly emotional and rewarding for the Vietnamese American literary community...Show More Summary

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