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Pulitzer Prize 2019

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Post by RTH10260 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:43 pm

WaPo gets three, other winners also mentioned further down in the article
Washington Post wins Pulitzer Prizes for criticism, photography; affiliated cartoonist also honored

By Paul Farhi April 15 at 3:16 PM

Washington Post critic Carlos Lozada says he likes to stay close to the news in selecting the nonfiction books he reviews. So, during 2018, he reviewed many of the books published about perhaps the newsiest subject of all: President Trump.

On Monday, the jurors of the Pulitzer Prize offered their own review of Lozada’s insights about Trump and the cultural milieu he has fostered. They named Lozada the winner of the Pulitzer for criticism, bestowing journalism’s highest honor on him for his perspectives on politics and the presidency. It was one of several Pulitzers awarded Monday for journalism that examined Trump’s past and present and his impact on American society.

Lozada, 47, thus joins a long line of Post writers who have won the criticism award. Post critics have previously been recognized for their critiques of art, architecture, dance, television, movies, fashion, classical music and photography. Lozada was the third Post book critic to win the award since the criticism category was created in 1970.

Two other journalists affiliated with The Post were also cited by the Pulitzer judges for their work during 2018. Lorenzo Tugnoli, a freelance photographer, won in the feature photography category for his stark and gripping portfolio of images from war-torn Yemen that were commissioned and published by The Post. Darrin Bell, a cartoonist best known for his comic strip “Candorville,” won for editorial cartoons about Trump and other topics. Bell’s editorial cartoons were distributed to newspapers through The Washington Post Writers Group, the newspaper’s syndication arm, through last August.


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Post by Addie » Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:15 pm

Good question:
“If conservatism has been hijacked by Trump, as they argue,” he [Lozada] wrote, “who left it so vulnerable? . . . The Never Trumpers hold everyone culpable for the appeal of Trumpism except, in any worthwhile way, themselves.”



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Post by AndyinPA » Tue Apr 16, 2019 10:42 pm

There were a lot of good ones this year.

https://www.pulitzer.org/winners/staff- ... st-gazette
Staff of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

For immersive, compassionate coverage of the massacre at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue that captured the anguish and resilience of a community thrust into grief.



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