Definitive directory of the
global publishing industry! & more...

Pulitzer

311 news items in the archive. Now showing page 1 of 16.

Hatchet Job award goes to Cunningham takedown

CBC – 2012-02-08

A critic who accused a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist of scattering literary allusions like 'tin cans tied to a tricycle' has won a prize for the year's most lacerating book review.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

US World Book Night titles revealed

The Bookseller – 2011-12-15

World Book Night in the US has appointed Pulitzer Prize-wining journalist Anna Quindlen as its...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Hard times for the LA Times as editor stands down

Editors Weblog – 2011-12-14

Times are tough for the LA Times as Russ Stanton, who has been editor of the paper for the past four years, is standing down amidst the expectation of more job cuts. Stanton leaves the news organisation on December 23rd and will be replaced by...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Ethical code for cartoonists?

Editors Weblog – 2011-12-12

Plagiarism: it's an act that is strictly against various ethical codes and industry guidelines followed by many journalists the world over. However, recently the issue has become a problem not only for journalists, but for the cartoonists as well....
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

`The Color Purple' finally released as an e-book

San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-09-20

(09-20) 05:01 PDT NEW YORK, (AP) -- Alice Walker's "The Color Purple," a Pulitzer Prize winner in 1983 and still a widely taught and talked about novel, is finally coming out as an e-book. But not through a traditional...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Creed C. Black, Newspaper Executive, Dies at 86

The New York Times – 2011-08-18

As publisher of The Lexington Herald-Leader, Creed Black supported an investigation of the University of Kentucky basketball team that led to the first Pulitzer Prize for the paper.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Sales soar for books of Fresno man, the new U.S. poet laureate

San Jose Mercury News – 2011-08-12

NEW YORK -- The country wants to know more about its next poet-in-chief. Sales have jumped for books by Philip Levine, a Pulitzer Prize winner who on Wednesday was named the U.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

The Secret World of Apps

AdWeek – 2011-05-23

Last week, Apple went to Washington, D.C., to answer questions from U.S. lawmakers about consumer privacy in the mobile marketplace. The visit was triggered by the discovery that Apple’s iPads and iPhones tracked and kept users’ locations for up...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Melvyn Bragg films John Steinbeck documentary

Guardian – 2011-05-18

Broadcaster will explore the continuing relevance of The Grapes of Wrath to AmericaNovelist and broadcaster Melvyn Bragg is set to explore the work of the Nobel prize-winning American author John Steinbeck in a BBC documentary out later this...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Philip Roth wins Man Booker International Prize

CBC – 2011-05-18

American author Philip Roth, whose career spans 50 years and includes a 1998 Pulitzer Prize, has been awarded the $100,000 US Man Booker International Prize in Sydney.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Roth awarded Man Booker International Prize

The Bookseller – 2011-05-18

Publication Date: Wed, 18/05/2011 - 09:31 Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Philip Roth has been awarded the £60,000 Man Booker International Prize 2011. The author of The Human Stain and American Pastoral was chosen from a list of 13 contenders...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

ProPublica makes history with web-based Pulitzer Prize win

Guardian – 2011-04-19

The first Pulitzer Prize won by print-free investigative journalism goes to independent news group ProPublicaFor the first time in the history of the Pulitzer Prize – the highest honour in American journalism – the award has gone to a series of...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

The Pulitzer Prize winners: business coverage and ProPublica's web-only series stand out

Editors Weblog – 2011-04-19

The 2011 winners of the Pulitzer Prizes were announced yesterday, April 18, and for the first time, a web-only piece won one of the coveted awards. Other peculiarities this year included the fact that no newsroom dominated the Prizes - 11 split 13...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Arianna Huffington and Tim Armstrong: king and queen of content

Guardian – 2011-03-25

The founder of the Huffington Post and her new boss plan to reinvent AOL through quality journalismThe original plan had been just to interview Tim Armstrong – the all-American, broad-shouldered, chief executive of AOL, the internet company...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Literary world waits for announcement of Asia's glittering prize

The Independent – 2011-03-16

In four short years the Man Asian Literary Prize has established itself as the most important award handed out annually to writers in the region - and the region's equivalent of the Man Booker Prize in the United Kingdom and British Commonwealth or...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Apple is dictating all the terms – and we shouldn't have to accept them

Guardian – 2011-02-21

Computer giant wants more control of media business and a bigger slice of profitsOnce, the currency of wisdom seemed to consist in knowing who one's father was. Latterly, in these business obsessed times, knowing your own customers seems to have...
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

AP Calls Out New York Times' Oil Spill Pulitzer-Baiting

The New York Observer – 2010-12-28

AP oil spill reporter Harry Weber says the claims of originality in today's New York Times front page Deepwater Horizon story are "patently false," according to an internal memo published by Romenesko.  
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Media Decoder: Robin Givhan Leaving The Washington Post

The New York Times – 2010-12-14

Robin Givhan, the Pulitzer Prize winning writer who became one of The Washington Post's biggest stars of the last generation, is leaving the paper.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Hemingway's son approves new footwear line

AP – 2010-07-10

AP - The 82-year-old son of writer Ernest Hemingway says his famous father would approve of a new line of shoes named after the Pulitzer and Nobel prize-winning author that are divided into angler, literary and sportsman collections.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

Is This the Year the Pulitzer Prizes Finally Send a Message on Digital Journalism?

Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-29

Online content has been eligible for a Pulitzer Prize since 1999, but a Web-only story or project has yet to win. "Pulitzer Gold" author Roy J. Harris Jr. talks about whether this could be the year that changes that.
[More news stores like these | Go to the source of this news item]

311 Publishing News items available.
More Publishing News

 

quadrant-ad

Add your organization to our directory. It is Free!.

(c) PublishersGlobal: An information marketplace for the global publishing industry - publishers, authors, literary agents and all kinds of publishing service providers. PublishersGlobal includes a global directory of publishing companies, publishing industry events and news.