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John Steinbeck's Six Tips On Writing: Three

19 hours 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...

'A Delicate Balance': A look back at the Katharine Hepburn movie version

"A Delicate Balance," Edward Albee's 1966 Pulitzer Prize-winning play about emotional repression in an upper-crust WASP family, is once again a hot ticket on Broadway thanks to the new, starry revival production with Glenn Close and John Lithgow.

John Steinbeck's Six Tips On Writing: Two

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...

'A Delicate Balance' back on Broadway

Glenn Close, John Lithgow and Martha Plimpton star in the Broadway revival of Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning 'A Delicate Balance'

Watch Toni Morrison Drop Knowledge on Stephen Colbert

Yesterday, Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison appeared on The Colbert Report. With her thoughtful and acerbic wit, she successfully broke down race and racism in our society.

Art & John Linson Acquire Vietnam War Book ‘The Long Gray Line’ For HBO Series

Sons of Anarchy executive producers Art and John Linson have secured the rights to Pulitzer Price winner Rick Atkinson's bestselling book, The Long Gray Line: The American Journey of West Point's Class of 1966, which documented the cadets'...Show More Summary

Watch Toni Morrison Be Delightful, Wise, Everything Great on the ‘Colbert Report’

Toni Morrison, Pulitzer and Nobel Prize-winning author of Song of Solomon, Beloved, The Bluest Eye, and so much more, appeared on… Read More

‘My friends, with us tonight is the face of the Holocaust': Boteach talks Israel, Palestine, and genocide with Wiesel and Power

Shmuley Boteach was joined by Elie Wiesel, Samantha Power, and Noah Feldman at the Cooper Union on Monday night for a discussion called “Genocide and the Jews: A Never-Ending Problem” -- a title that evoked Power’s Pulitzer Prize-winning history, “A Problem from Hell”: America and the Age of Genocide. Show More Summary

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

2 days agoArts / Writing : Write to Done

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

'The Goldfinch' movie nets 'Tinker Tailor' scribe Peter Straughan

"The Goldfinch" has found its screenwriter. Peter Straughan is set to pen the adaptation of Donna Tartt's Pulitzer Prize-winning bestseller for Warner Bros.

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Scribe to Adapt The Goldfinch

Peter Straughan will adapt Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coming of age novel The post Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Scribe to Adapt The Goldfinch appeared first on Comingsoon.net.

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

Pictures of a Comet: Can a Robot Win a Photojournalism Pulitzer?

By now you’ve no doubt heard of the Philae lander’s mostly successful landing on the comet known as Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. This is the first time this has ever been done, and it’s both very cool and…

Twitter chat: Are children’s rights better protected today than they were 25 years ago?

In this file photo, children as young as 12 mine for gold in the Philippines. Globally, 168 million children are still engaged in some form of child labor. Photo by Larry C. Price/Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Thursday marks the 25th anniversary of the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). 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

Abortion Activists Desecrate American Flag to Create “Flag of Reproductive Freedom”

Just when you thought feminists couldn’t get any more insular, myopic and just plain silly; pills and gripes are the new stars and stripes.  On the eve of Veterans’ Day, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and senator’s wife Connie Schultz tweeted a “Flag of Reproductive Freedom” to her 11,000 followers. In place of the stars signifying the 50 states, the […]

Lindsay Duncan finds her footing in 'A Delicate Balance'

Elaine Stritch didn't originate the role of Claire, the alcoholic loose cannon of Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1966 drama "A Delicate Balance." But she did put her corrosively funny stamp on the part in a 1996 Lincoln Center Theatre production, a potent highball of a performance that...

Lindsay Duncan finds her footing in 'A Delicate Balance'

Elaine Stritch didn't originate the role of Claire, the alcoholic loose cannon of Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1966 drama "A Delicate Balance." But she did put her corrosively funny stamp on the part in a 1996 Lincoln Center Theatre production, a potent highball of a performance that...

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

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