The winners of four 2013 Pulitzer Prizes came together Tuesday night at Poynter to talk about their work and their wins. They came from Florida, New York and a shop with people scattered around the country, from three large papers and one nonprofit news site. They won for work on speeding cops, diluted bitumen, fluoride in the water and cross-border corruption at Wal-Mart.
Other than that Pulitzer, the work of the seven people present Tuesday night didn’t have much in common.
But, for most, the processes they used to produce their work did. Read more