Maureen Corrigan

Georgetown University

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Critic in Residence at Georgetown University; columnist and book critic for NPR's Fresh Air

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Nothing sells fiction like the Pulitzer Prize, but this year — for the first time since 1977 —  no fiction prize was awarded .

Pulitzer Board Snubs Fiction

Nothing sells fiction like the Pulitzer Prize, but this year — for the first time since 1977 — no fiction prize was awarded .

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Nothing sells fiction like the Pulitzer Prize, but this year — for the first time since 1977 —  no fiction prize was awarded .

Pulitzer Board Snubs Fiction

Nothing sells fiction like the Pulitzer Prize, but this year — for the first time since 1977 — no fiction prize was awarded .

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