This is a quick one, just some tidbits about the Pulitzer Prize before we begin our series on works that won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

Show Notes

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Here are the links relating to the episode:

Okay, this is weird, but hear me out.  This is the FAQ page on the official Pulitzer Prize site, and it’s surprisingly informative even if you have no questions.

This is an article that details the very first Pulitzer Prize cycle.  Interesting.

This site helpfully lists the Fiction winners from 1918 until now.

This is Joseph Pulitzer’s Wikipedia page.  Read up on this guy because he was so interesting!