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Pulitzer prize winner Lynn Nottage on Trump's America

The playwright discusses her Broadway plays and what it says about society in the United States today.

If You Want to Write a Book, Write Every Day or Quit Now

The key to getting your book written, says Pulitzer Prize-winner Stephen Hunter, isn’t talent or luck or inspiration. It’s the act of sitting down every day and writing.

Review: Jorie Graham’s “Fast” tethers humanity in a world of machines

Jorie Graham has always been invested in humanity’s conflict with the natural. From her first work in 1980, Hybrids of Plants and Ghosts, up through her Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for Dream of the Unified Field, through the new century in Overlord and Sea Change, Graham has consistently kept score of the goings on in the push and pull of humanity’s work on planet Earth.

Hisham Matar's 'The Return' Wins Another Major Award

Just last month, this memoir of the author's journey to post-Qaddafi Libya in search of his father won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography. Now it has received the £20,000 Rathbones Folio Prize - in the first year the honor has been open to both fiction and nonfiction.

This is why RussiaGate will inevitably destroy the Trump presidency

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A version of this post first appeared on Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Douglas A. Blackmon’s Facebook page. A little more than a week ago, I said on CNN and wrote on Facebook that — based on reporting I’d just completed in Washington DC — it was clear that the controversy surrounding Russian...

Play about Elwood and his unseen rabbit is a story we need to believe in

Mary Chase's "Harvey" — a Colorado journalist's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1944 Broadway play about a man with an imaginary lapine friend — actually has a good deal in common with Ken Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." Not to mention the musical "Next to Normal." You're forgiven for thinking...

Sword and Scale Episode 90

6 days agoNews / Crime : Sword and Scale

When Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist Claudia Rowe, author of The Spider and The Fly, decided to write to a serial killer, she wasn’t prepared for how it would change her life.

Sophie Kerr Prize

They've announced that Catalina Righter has won this year's Sophie Kerr Prize, an undergraduate writing award given to a senior at Washington College that pays out more than the Pulitzer, National Book Award, and National Book Critics Circle Award combined -- this year US$65,768. See also the article about the five finalists for the award.

Susan Faludi Adds a Key Ingredient to Her 2016 Book: Photographs

Metropolitan Books The book In the Darkroom garnered much acclaim in 2016, but as some readers noted, there was something missing. Not so with the new paperback edition, released May 2. Author Susan Faludi, a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist, explains in an essay for New York Times photography blog Lens that she felt that the bulk...

‘DuckTales’: Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins Disney XD’s Toon Reboot

When the DuckTales cast records its lines, Lin-Manuel Miranda will be in the room where it happens. The Hamilton creator/ex-star is lending his voice to the Disney XD toon series reboot that premieres this year. The Tony- and Pulitzer-winning...Show More Summary

Glenda Jackson Will Return To Broadway In ‘Three Tall Women’

Glenda Jackson, absent from the Broadway stage since 1988, will lead a revival next spring of the late Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Three Tall Women. Producer Scott Rudin announced Thursday evening that the play, whichShow More Summary

NEWSPAPER JOURNALISTS BEST CLING TO THEIR PULITZERS WHEN SCANNING THESE SWEET JOBS AT WAFFLE HOUSE: …

NEWSPAPER JOURNALISTS BEST CLING TO THEIR PULITZERS WHEN SCANNING THESE SWEET JOBS AT WAFFLE HOUSE: As Iowahawk tweets, “there seems to be shock and horror when a member of the high castes discovers some of their social inferiors earn more money.” Read on as BuzzFeed’s Joel Anderson gets the vapors and smugly insults his business’s […]

Woodward and Bernstein say Comey firing is different than Watergate

last weekNews : The Cutline

But the famed former Washington Post investigative reporters whose Pulitzer Prize-winning work ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon differ on their reasons.

Listen to ‘Ten Thousand Birds’ and Its Warbling, Chirping Inspirations

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

We went bird-watching with the Pulitzer Prize winner John Luther Adams, whose latest composition has its premiere in a Manhattan park on Sunday.

FOX Announces Pulitizer Prize-Winning Rent As Upcoming Live Event!

Not resting on their laurels after announcing A Christmas Story as a live TV event this December, FOX has now announced that it is bringing the Pulitzer Prize/Grammy Award/Tony Award-winning play Rent to the small screen as a live musical event. Show More Summary

Fox Sets Deal To Live-Broadcast Pulitzer Prize Winner ‘Rent’

Hardly stopping to catch its breath after announcing the live telecast in December of A Christmas Story, Fox announced today that it’s made a deal to present Rent, the 1996 groundbreaking musical that won Tony, Pulitzer and Grammy recognition and ran more than 5,100 performances on Broadway. Show More Summary

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In this edition, a sweet sixteen birthday party is anything but, a moo-ving treatise on the cattle industry, and short stories from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Sympathizer...

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