2010 Pulitzer Prize winners in journalism, arts
The 2010 Pulitzer Prize winners:
Public Service: Bristol (Va.) Herald Courier.
Breaking News Reporting: The Seattle Times staff.
Investigative Reporting: Barbara Laker and Wendy Ruderman of the Philadelphia Daily News and Sheri Fink of ProPublica, in collaboration with The New York Times Magazine
Explanatory Reporting: Michael Moss and members of The New York Times staff
Local Reporting: Raquel Rutledge of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
National Reporting: Matt Richtel and members of The New York Times staff
International Reporting: Anthony Shadid of The Washington Post
Feature Writing: Gene Weingarten of The Washington Post
Commentary: Kathleen Parker of The Washington Post
Criticism: Sarah Kaufman of The Washington Post
Editorial Writing: Tod Robberson, Colleen McCain Nelson and William McKenzie of The Dallas Morning News
Editorial Cartooning: Mark Fiore, self-syndicated, appearing on SFGate.com
Breaking News Photography: Mary Chind of The Des Moines Register
Feature Photography: Craig F. Walker of The Denver Post
Fiction: “Tinkers” by Paul Harding (Bellevue Literary Press)
Drama: “Next to Normal,” music by Tom Kitt, book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey
History: “Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World” by Liaquat Ahamed (The Penguin Press)
Biography: “The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt” by T.J. Stiles (Alfred A. Knopf)
Poetry: “Versed” by Rae Armantrout (Wesleyan University Press)
General Nonfiction: “The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War Arms Race and Its Dangerous Legacy” by David E. Hoffman (Doubleday)
Violin Concerto by Jennifer Higdon, premiered Feb. 6, 2009, in Indianapolis (Lawdon Press)
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