Hey I'm a finalist for the pulitzer this year. That's cool. Here's the work I submitted.
We're proud at to have been named finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service for our coverage of the Trump administration's dismantling of environmental regulations And the greatest congratulations to winners
Congratulations to KHN's and on being named finalists for their work on investigating UVA hospital billing practices!
wonderful to see our colleague a #Pulitzer finalist for his biography "The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam"
HUGE congratulations to Taylor as RACE FOR PROFIT is named a #PulitzerPrize Finalist in History!
Honored, thrilled, surprised...did I mention thrilled? My book Elderhood was one of 4 finalists for the General Nonfiction Pulitzer Prize! Thank you & everyone who cares about #aging
The TRUMP administration has waged a political war on science, challenging & dismantling environmental regulations. The team has doggedly chronicled this. Their work earned recognition today as a finalist for public service.
Thank you to the Pulitzer board for making “Road Not Taken” a finalist in biography. I’m deeply honored! The paperback edition has just been released.
Asst. Prof. of was named a finalist in History for the book "Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership." #Pulitzer
Congrats to for being a Pulitzer Finalist for Criticism. So well-deserved. 👏🏾👏🏾Check out her brilliant work.
"The Valedictorians Project" was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist in local reporting this year. SO PROUD to have been part of the reporting team along with
I cannot tell you how stoked I am for Pultizer-prize finalist
Congrats to for being a 2019 Pulitzer Prize finalist in Biography for “The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam.” The love story was as compelling as the story of the Vietnam War. I couldn’t put it down.
Delighted to see George Packer’s superb biography of Richard Holbrooke was a Pulitzer finalist. Only sorry it didn’t win! A well deserved honor for one of our best nonfiction writers.
Congrats to the for their Pulitzer finalist -- coverage the destruction of a city with bravery and compassion.
Thrilled that was named a Pulitzer finalist for Feature Writing for her gripping profile of Ramsey Orta for The Verge! Edited by , photos by , art direction by
My dear friend and former colleague is a finalist for national reporting, everybody. I never encountered a bigger heart or a sharper mind in this business. So many congrats. Proof it happened
Very gratifying to see 's audio and document work being honored as a Pulitzer finalist. Most of the prize-winning projects are, of necessity, team efforts. Not sure there are individual reporters better on their beat than Rukmini is.
Thrilled to see so many climate stories recognized by the Pulitzers yesterday, inc the WaPo series () --loved the story on Alaska; and LAT sea-level rise stories by and team () 1/
I’m so proud of, and so excited for, my friend , announced today as a finalist for the excellent “The Road Not Taken.” Way to go, Max!
I'm still struggling to find words, but I hope the survivors who took a risk in sharing their most vulnerable stories with us in hopes of building more healing communities feel their voices amplified in this moment. Thank you to everyone who reached out.
also shout out to all of my colleagues who worked on the tech reporting last year, for which we were honored as a pulitzer finalist. fun ride. get em next time!
Congratulations to my friend for being a finalist in this year’s Pulitzer for the "The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam" It is his best work yet, an amazing love story set during the Vietnam war. #PulitzerPrize
Kudos to WaPo columnist , a finalist in biography for his book THE ROAD NOT TAKEN: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam
Kudos to grad and columnist , a Pulitzer Prize finalist "for examining, in spare and courageous writing, institutional sexism and misogyny within her hometown NFL team, her former governor’s office and the Catholic Church."
Slightly belated congratulations to and the rest of the NYT team for being Pulitzer finalists on their tech privacy work!
Every day I'm proud to work w , but I am [takes out calculator] at least 28.4% more proud today.
Here’s daily #ReadingFromHome recommendation No. 5: THIS REPUBLIC OF SUFFERING by Drew Gilpin Faust, on how America dealt with the mass death of the Civil War. It was a 2009 finalist: It stayed with me for a long time after I finished it...
I'm surprised & delighted to be a Pulitzer Prize finalist in Biography. But I couldn't have done this alone. Robert Weil of deserves a Pulitzer for editing! He made this book and so many others so much better. Thanks Bob for believing in me!
A good year for Weber-Romer household. Proust’s Duchess, shortlisted for Pulitzer in Biography “… three women at the highest levels of French society, whose lives intertwined in the imagination of novelist Marcel Proust”
Congrats ⁦⁩ - so wonderful to have you as a colleague
Congratulations to my amazing colleagues ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ for being finalists for The Pulitzer Prize!!!
Just finished Richard Prum’s ‘Evolution of Beauty’. Amazing, eye opening read covering bower birds 🤯 to non-human art in one of the most complete defenses/extensions of a (to me) new theory (Darwin’s less known theory of sexual selection). MUST READ
So honored that an Interpreter piece was part of the coverage that chose as a finalist in the National Reporting category this year.
Yowza, Sis. Caitlin Flanagan of The Atlantic - The Pulitzer Prizes
Also really cool that our work at was a finalist in the public service category. 🎉🎉🎉
Congratulations to , a 2020 finalist in editorial writing: #GoIrish
THE GREAT BELIEVERS adds to its astounding trophy case -- finalist for the #PulitzerPrize in #Fiction. Congratulations, !!!