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Pulitzer

Joseph. 1847--1911, US newspaper publisher, born in Hungary. He established the Pulitzer prizes

Pulitzer

awards made in letters, music, and journalism. [Am. Hist.: Wheeler, 824]
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Yet the work that wins Pulitzer Prizes reminds us that we are not in a period of decline of journalism but rather in a midst of a revolution," said Mike Pride, Pulitzer Prize administrator.
Lunch at Lilly originally began as a shopping event where prize winners won a chance to actually lunch with Lilly Pulitzer.
In a release touting Emily's election to the Pulitzer board, co-chair Keven Ann Willey, editorial page editor and vice president of the Dallas Morning News, said she was chosen because she's an "outstanding journalist" and a "new media leader" whose "skills and perspectives are special assets in this digital age.
In an ornery 1985 essay in The New York Times Book Review, critic and author William Gass excoriated Pulitzer fiction winners in particular as "pure miss" and prize-giving in general as flawed by design.
recommended to Pulitzer's son Ralph that the Pulitzer Trophy Race be turned into an annual closed-course speed competition.
This left me thinking about the many partners in crime Pulitzer engaged in his exhibition.
Lilly Pulitzer designs and distributes apparel and accessories for women, children and men.
A Pulitzer is gold for any author, but also good for the book industry, and that industry - like newspapers - is under seige as never before by e-books, social media, and a glut of other things competing for attention.
The closing took place in 20 days, according to Pulitzer, who added that the buyer purchased the home, sight-unseen, but it had been on the market for 10 months before selling.
The second question, more tantalizing, asks not what the book teaches us about Pulitzer, but what Pulitzer teaches us about succeeding against the odds.
Invariably, his biographies pay only cursory attention to his Eastern European background and jump to 1865, when the gangling 18-year-old Pulitzer, recently discharged from the U.