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08 Jan 2015-01 Feb 2015 Doorstep Arts are bringing their production of Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical to the Hayes, with Natalie...

The Rumpus Interview with Richard Ford

Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Richard Ford discusses his new book, Let Me Be Frank With You, how metaphor shapes our world, and why he doesn't like the idea he has a battery to recharge.

John Steinbeck's Six Tips On Writing: Six

2 days agoArts / Writing : Time to Write

The Fall 1975 issue of Paris Review featured an interview with novelist John Steinbeck. He won the Pulitzer Prize and was a Nobel laureate, and The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men are still required reading in many...

Richard Eder dies at 82; won a Pulitzer as L.A. Times book reviewer

Richard Eder, a foreign correspondent who made the unusual transition to arts critic and was awarded a 1987 Pulitzer Prize for his Los Angeles Times book reviews, died Friday at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. He was 82.

Have You Made This Huge Mistake Online (Like Pulitzer Winner Donna Tartt)?

It happened to a gifted writer. In fact, Donna Tartt is so talented, she got the Pulitzer Prize for her latest novel. And yet she made a huge mistake online. I’m writing this to make sure you don’t make the same mistake. Here’s whatShow More Summary

Pulitzer Prize Novel ‘The Goldfinch’ Adapted By ‘Frank’ Scribe Peter Straughan

Warner Bros has set Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy scribe Peter Straughan to adapt The Goldfinch, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Donna Tartt novel that RatPac Entertainment and Warner Bros acquired last summer. Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson of Color Force will produce with RatPac's Brett Ratner. Show More Summary

REVIEW: 'Mud, River, Stone' by Eclipse Theatre

Long before she won the Pulitzer Prize for "Ruined," her searing drama about abused young women in the Congo seeking respite from soldiers on both sides of a civil war by working in a bar/brothel, Lynn Nottage bellied up to a different African bar. There, she hoped to examine the costs of war...

4 Pulitzer winners explain how they won

When it came time to nominate feature photography projects for the 2014 Pulitzer Prizes, editors at The New York Times had four worthy entries but could only submit three for consideration. That left Josh Haner, a staff photographerShow More Summary

Mark Ronson, Tame Impala, and Pulitzer Prize Winner Michael Chabon Team Up for “Daffodils”

Mark Ronson, the British DJ and musician, has a knack for neat, unexpected collaborations: he’s worked with artists as diverse as Adele, Duran Duran, and Amy Winehouse. But for his first album in four years, Uptown Special, Ronson has gone even further afield, recruiting Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon to write the record’s lyrics. Show More Summary

Fox News: Democrats And President Obama Are Fomenting Racism

Michael Goodwin is a regular guest on Fox News. Once a respectable journalist, this Pulitzer winner has completely shed his credible bona fides. The reason he won the coveted prize in 1999 was for a series of editorials on the then-flailing Apollo Theater. Show More Summary

Stage Door: Father Comes Home From The Wars, Parts 1,2,3, The Belle of Amherst

Suzan-Lori Parks' ambitious Father Comes Home From the Wars, Parts 1, 2 and 3, is an expansive vision that meditates on the experience of African Americans during the Civil War. The Pulitzer Prize winner for Topdog/Underdog is launching...Show More Summary

Books - Jonathan Franzen

Tue 13 Sep Winner of the National Book Prize and finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, Jonathan Franzen is a provocative and much-lauded American novelist....

Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter: Media Has Given Obama Administration a Pass

A Pulitzer prize winning reporter, formerly with the Washington Post, says the major media has mostly given the Obama administration a pass. In a story published yesterday at the Daily Beast, 2006 Pulitzer winning reporter Susan Schmidt agrees that this administration seems to get less scrutiny than previous ones. Show More Summary

Book News: Remembering Poet Galway Kinnell, Whose Song Said Everything

3 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

The Pulitzer Prize winner has died at the age of 87. In his deceptively simple poetry and in his activism, Kinnell sought to broaden his audience, even while grappling with difficult themes.

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Galway Kinnell dies at 87

Poet Galway Kinnell died of leukemia this week at his Vermont home. He was 87. Kinnell won both a Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award in 1983 for his collection Selected Poems. He won a MacArthur Genius Fellowship the following year. Show More Summary

Poet Galway Kinnell, winner of Pulitzer Prize, dies at 87

Galway Kinnell, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who opened up American verse in the 1960s and beyond through his forceful, spiritual takes on the outsiders and underside of contemporary life, has died. He was 87.

Galway Kinnell Dies at 87

The New York Time reports today on the passing of Galway Kinnell at the age of 87. According to his wife, Barbara K. Bristol, the cause of death was leukemia. Kinnell was awarded both the Pulitzer Prize and an American Book Award for his Selected Poems, published in 1980. Daniel Lewis writes: Mr. Kinnell came [...]

'Olive Kitteridge' comes to HBO this weekend

4 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

"Olive Kitteridge," a new miniseries based on the book by Elizabeth Strout, will premiere on HBO Nov. 1. Strout's collection of linked short stories set in a small Maine town won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize.

When “whites” don’t get it — a rebuttal

According to the New York Times, you just can’t get any good white help these days. “When Whites Just Don’t Get It, Part 3” appeared recently in the paper and, like Parts 1 and 2, it was written by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof, dubbed by peers as the “moral conscience of our generation of journalists.” Read full article >>

Pulitzer Prize Winning New York Times Reporter Reminisces About His James O'Keefe Days

Pulitzer Prize Winning New York Times reporter James Risen took to Twitter Tuesday to reminisce about the good old days when he did what the mainstream media condemns James O'Keefe for doing: going undercover to break news and report a truth. Show More Summary

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