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Pulitzer Prizes

The Pulitzer Prizes, established and endowed by Joseph Pulitzer (1847–1911), honor excellence in American literature, journalism, drama and music. The prizes, administered by Columbia University,…

Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism

Pulitzer Prizes: Meritorious Public ServicePulitzer Prizes: EditorialPulitzer Prizes: CorrespondencePulitzer Prizes: Editorial CartooningPulitzer Prizes: News PhotographyPulitzer Prizes:…

Pulitzer Prizes: Correspondence

1929Paul Scott Mowrer (Chicago Daily News)1930Leland Stowe (New York Herald Tribune)1931H. R. Knickerbocker (Philadelphia Public Ledger and New York Evening Post)1932Walter Duranty (New York…

Pulitzer Prizes: Reporting

1917Herbert B. Swope (New York World)1918Harold A. Littledale (New York Evening Post)1920John J. Leary, Jr. (New York World)1921Louis Seibold (New York World)1922Kirke L. Simpson (Associated…

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The premier prize for American fiction The Pulitzer Prize for fiction, first given in 1918, is widely recognized as one of the biggest prizes in the American publishing industry. Before 1948, the…

Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

The premier prize for American poetry The Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, first given in 1922, is widely recognized as one of the biggest prizes in the American publishing industry. It's important to…

Pulitzer Prizes in Music

(For years not listed, no award was made.)1943Secular Cantata No. 2, A Free Song, William Schuman1944Symphony No. 4 (Op. 34), Howard Hanson1945Appalachian Spring, Aaron Copland1946The…