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In Elite MFA Programs, The Challenge Of Writing While 'Other'

by Lynn Neary August 19, 2014 3:54 PM ET

For many writers, a contract with one of the major publishing houses is the Holy Grail — and getting accepted to a prestigious Master of Fine Arts program may bring aspiring writers one step closer. 1,661 more words


Frank Cushing : Boy Gunman and Hostage Photographer

Boy Gunman and Hostage

Photographer: Frank Cushing

Year: 1948 Pulitzer

In 1948, Frank Cushing was photographing domestic violence victims in
Boston when he heard a police radio alert.  107 more words

Art Project Statements

Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist on Obama: “The Greatest Enemy of Press Freedom in a Generation”

Source: Liberty Blitzkreig, by Michael Krieger

James Risen is not just a phenomenal reporter, he is also an extremely courageous and honorable American patriot. His case is a very disturbing one, and it has justifiably received a great deal of national attention. 224 more words


"The Goldfinch" Headed To The Big Screen

Donna Tartt’s third novel, “The Goldfinch,” has attracted a string of award nominations and a Pulitzer Prize. Its success continues with news that Warner Bros has acquired the film rights to the book, and that a feature film production is in the works. 63 more words

Books To Read

Rabbit Is Rich by John Updike

Published: 1981

Genre: fiction

Length: 467 pages

Setting: Brewer, Pennsylvania in 1979

Font: Janson

Interest: It’s a Pulitzer Prize winner… 381 more words

Book Review

The Magnificent Ambersons

Page turner: 5/10
Heart tugger: 7/10
Thought provoker: 6/10
Overall: 3 stars

After a rather prolonged hiatus, I am pleased to return with a full report of Booth Tarkington’s The Magnificent Ambersons. 443 more words

3 Stars

Review of "Grant: A Biography" by William McFeely

Grant: A Biography” is William McFeely’s Pulitzer Prize winning 1981 biography of the Union general and eighteenth president. McFeely is a historian and retired professor of history. 510 more words