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Michael Cunningham Reads from His New Book ‘A Wild Swan and Other Tales’ – LISTEN

14 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

For today’s TowleREAD, we’ve got a special Thanksgiving reading featuring one of the most-anticipated books of the season, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Cunningham’s new book, A Wild Swan and Other Tales. One of this fall… Read The post Michael Cunningham Reads from His New Book ‘A Wild Swan and Other Tales’ – LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.

Lawyers for Jack Dunn and ‘Spotlight’ engage in war of words

The dispute between Boston College spokesman Jack Dunn and the makers of “Spotlight” is escalating. “Spotlight,” as you no doubt know, is a movie about The Boston Globe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting on the pedophile-priest scandal in the Catholic Church. For the past few days, starting with a Kevin Cullen column in Sunday’s Globe, Dunn has been making […]

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

Norman Rockwell painting nets $10.2 million for National Press Club

“Norman Rockwell Visits A Country Editor,” by Norman Rockwell. (Photo credit: National Press Club.) National Press Club | St. Louis Post-Dispatch | Poynter It may not be a Pulitzer contender, but one picture made a sizable contribution...Show More Summary

Reimagining the Mainstream: A Celebration of 2015 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Gregory Pardlo

'The Graduate Center presents an evening of readings and a conversation on the importance of diversifying literary culture, featuring poets Gregory Pardlo (Pulitzer Prize-winner and GC doctoral student), Saeed Jones, Willie Perdomo, and Cate Marvin. Moderated by GC English professor Robert Reid-Pharr.'

Theatre - I Am My Own Wife

17 Nov-05 Dec Doug Wright's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning 2004 play is based on his own interviews with Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a German transvestite who survived...

'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

Inside The Uphill Battle To Stop Early Marriage For Girls In Niger

?By Jennifer Koons for The Pulitzer Center A middle-aged man passes a 12-year-old on the street. He stops her, tells her she’s beautiful and says he wants to make her his wife. The girl lowers her eyes in deference but shakes her head “no.” The man persists, following her home. 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 leave The Upshot

POLITICO | The New York Times Company David Leonhardt, the Pulitzer Prize-winning founding editor of The Upshot, is leaving The New York Times’ data-driven blog to take a position in the newspaper’s opinion section, according to a memo...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.

BONES Redux: Our Top 5 Moments From “The Promise in the Palace”

Hey, Bones fans! Today’s episode theme is, do you believe in magic? Let’s get into the Bones Top Five Moments! Sebastian is back! Do you remember that Pulitzer prize-winning photographer Sebastian Kohl who purchased one of Angela’s pictures? Well, here he is again, and they look quite chummy. Did I mention he’s handsome and dashing? […]

Watch an Exclusive New Trailer for 'Spotlight,' the Journalism Film Everyone Is Talking About

"Spotlight" tells the story of The Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning 2002 investigation into sex abuse in the Massachusetts Catholic Church.

Seattle conductor Ludovic Morlot at the helm of the L.A. Phil for 'Become Ocean'

Ludovic Morlot is trying to find the right balance. At the moment, that's the balance of the three mini-orchestras (brass, winds and strings) of the L.A. Philharmonic, rehearsing John Luther Adams' Pulitzer Prize-winning symphonic work, "Become Ocean." The stage at Walt Disney Concert Hall has...

Author Talk with Geraldine Brooks

2 weeks agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

[ 16 November 2015 at 6:00 pm; ] Hear Pulitzer Prize-winning author, former journalist and foreign correspondent Geraldine Brooks talk about her latest novel, The Secret Chord, in which she traces King David's journey from obscurityShow More Summary

Montage Beverly Hills, Pulitzer Amsterdam and other hotel choices using Choice Privileges points

Choice Privileges points can be used for more than 500 Preferred Hotels & Resorts reward nights on points. These Choice Privileges partner hotel rewards are priced from 30,000 points to 60,000 points per reward night. You need to beShow More Summary

Santa Monica Council votes to fund restoration of late cartoonist's anti-nuclear war sculpture

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Paul Conrad’s anti-nuclear war “Chain Reaction” sculpture in Santa Monica may have once and for all avoided a meltdown. After years of uncertainty over the artwork’s fate, the Santa Monica City Council on Tuesday approved up to $275,000 in city funds to restore...

The 2016 International Dublin Literary Award Longlist

This morning, the longlist for the 2016 International Dublin Literary Award came out, and the nominees include some familiar names. Year in Reading alumnus Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See (which won this year’s Pulitzer, whom you can learn more about in this essay by our own Michael Bourne) is on there, as is […]

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