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Andrea Elliott

Andrea Elliott is an investigative reporter for The New York Times. Her reporting has been awarded two Pulitzer Prizes, a George Polk Award, the J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize, an Overseas Press Club award, and other honors. She has served as an Emerson fellow at New America, a visiting journalist at the Russell Sage Foundation, and is the recipient of a Whiting Foundation grant. In 2015, she received Columbia University’s Medal for Excellence, given to one alumnus or alumna under the age of forty-five. Elliott is the first woman to win individual Pulitzer Prizes in both Journalism and Arts & Letters. She lives in New York City. This is her first book.


2022 Pulitzer Prize Winners: THE NETANYAHUS & INVISIBLE CHILD

On Monday, May 9th, the Pulitzer Prize winners were announced from Columbia University. Notable winners from the Books, Drama, and Music category were THE NETANYAHUS for fiction and INVISIBLE CHILD for nonfiction. Both books delve into certain ugly truths, whether by taking a comedic approach to point them out or by using a heart-wrenching narrative.

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