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Patricia Evangelista

Patricia Evangelista is a trauma journalist and former investigative reporter for the Philippine news company Rappler. Her reporting on armed conflict and disaster was awarded the Kate Webb Prize for exceptional journalism in dangerous conditions. She was a Headlands Artist in Residence, a New America ASU Future Security Fellow, and a fellow of the Logan Nonfiction Program, the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, and the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma. Her work has earned local and international acclaim. She lives in Manila.


The Women’s Prize for Non-Fiction Announces Its 2024 Finalists!

On February 15, the Women’s Prize announced their 2024 Women’s Prize for Non-Fiction Longlist, including seven titles from Penguin Random House authors. This is the first ever Women’s Prize for Non-Fiction, celebrating “exceptional narrative non-fiction by women” and promoting “excellence in writing, robust research, original narrative voices and accessibility,” according to their website. To be

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