Who Won Pulitzer Prizes in 2007?

Pulitzer PrizeApr 16, 2007

Every year since 1917 Pulitzer Prizes are awarded in journalism, letters, drama, and music. Winners receive a $10,000 cash award and a certificate.

Who Won a Pulitzer Prize In 2007?

Breaking News Photography
Oded Balilty (Jewish woman defying Israeli security forces)
Breaking News Reporting
Oregonian (Coverage of a family missing in the Oregon mountains)
Cynthia Tucker (Columns that evince a strong sense of morality)
Jonathan Gold (Restaurant reviews)
Editorial Cartooning
Walt Handelsman
Editorial Writing
Arthur Browne (Editorials on behalf of Ground Zero workers with neglected health problems)
Beverly Weintraub; Heidi Evans
Explanatory Reporting
Kenneth R Weiss (Reports on the world's distressed oceans)
Usha Lee McFarling; Rick Loomis
Feature Photography
Renee C Byer (Portrayal of a single mother with cancer)
Feature Writing
Andrea Elliott (Portrait of an immigrant imam striving to find his way in America)
International Reporting
Wall Street Journal (Reports on adverse impact of China's booming capitalism)
Investigative Reporting
Brett Blackledge (Exposure of cronyism and corruption in Alabama's two-year college system)
Local Reporting
Debbie Cenziper (Reports on waste and favoritism at the Miami Housing Agency)
National Reporting
Charlie Savage (Revelations that President Bush often used signing statements)
Public Service
Wall Street Journal (Probe into backdated stock options for business executives)
Debby Applegate (The Most Famous Man in America)
David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabit Hole)
Cormac McCarthy (The Road)
General Non-Fiction
Lawrence Wright (The Looming Tower)
Gene Roberts (The Race Beat)
and Hank Klibanoff
Ornette Coleman (Sound Grammar)
Natasha Trethewey (Native Guard)
Special Citation
Ray Bradbury (Unmatched author of science fiction and fantasy)
Special Citation
John Coltrane (Masterful improvisation and supreme musicianship)
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