It took the author a decade, and some luck, to publish his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “Tinkers.” He’s back with another devastating tale, “This Other Eden.”
He brought his own sometimes painful blue-collar experiences to bear in acclaimed stories exploring issues of race, class and power in American life.
A Pulitzer Prize winner, he wrote many orchestral works but was most celebrated for his vocal pieces. He was also well known for writing candidly about his life.
Andrew Sean Greer was elated, if a little confounded, when his 2017 novel “Less” received the award. Now he’s following it with a sequel, which he knows might raise some eyebrows. So what if it’s unseemly?
His research — on Adams, Truman and so much more — was deep, his writing was lively, and his narrator’s voice in documentary films was familiar to millions.
The 41-year-old playwright’s show “Fat Ham,” set at a Southern barbecue, hasn’t even had an in-person production yet because of the pandemic.
Here’s the full list of winners and finalists.
The New York Times won multiple awards, and The Washington Post won the prestigious public service category for its reporting on the attack on the Capitol.
The paper won six Pulitzer Prizes for photography during her tenure as its director of photography and a trailblazing member of the newsroom’s top management.
A Pulitzer winner, he covered the Vietnam War, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of apartheid in South Africa before running The Times’s newsroom.
He was an editor in Asia for 13 years, including with The Wall Street Journal. One colleague said he had embodied the phrase, “Edit ferociously and with joy.”
A former hedge fund manager, Mr. Barsky led the nonprofit news organization to two Pulitzer Prizes in seven years.
In a risk-taking career, he helped the paper win a Pulitzer for its 9/11 photography and later prompted a debate on journalistic ethics that led to his leaving The Times.
Photographers reflect on shooting the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and their aftermath.
After winning back-to-back Pulitzers, the author of “The Underground Railroad” and “The Nickel Boys” took another detour with his new crime novel, “Harlem Shuffle.”
For his piercing insights on race and culture, Wesley Morris recently received his second Pulitzer Prize. But he won over colleagues long before that.
His work, one reviewer said, “has an out-of-time quality, like a conversation with your smartest friend during a long-distance road trip.” In 2001 he won the Pulitzer Prize.
From reporting on the coronavirus pandemic to China’s internment of Uyghurs, here’s the full list of winners and finalists.
The Pulitzer board recognized reporting on the murder of George Floyd, including a special citation for Darnella Frazier, the teenager who filmed the killing. The public service prize went to The New York Times for Covid coverage.
She avoided covering beauty pageants by going to Northern Ireland on her own and was later the first woman to win a Pulitzer for national reporting.
His Pulitzer, in 1992, came amid controversy not of his making: A three-member jury had recommended a different work.
This is how women who covered Vietnam were marginalized in the war’s history.
A member of a powerful publishing family, he drove his Pennsylvania newspaper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State.
The podcast, which The Times now says did not meet its editorial standards, and a related report on ISIS had been named finalists in the 2019 international category.
A dispute about the reading of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play in an English class escalated at the mostly white Providence Day School in Charlotte, N.C.
The loudest criticism of the Times project has been neither productive nor scholarly.
Dawn Davis, who will become one of the few Black top editors in Condé Nast’s history, will oversee a brand where many workers have complained of discrimination.
The ultimate old-school editor is grappling with a moment of cultural reckoning.
Here are the 2020 contenders for fiction, nonfiction, poetry, history and biography.
The Pulitzer board makes The Times a winner in three categories. The Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica take a major prize at a time when local journalism is in crisis.