Pulitzer Finalists Leaked…

The follow news was taken from Editor & Publisher.com, from which you may have a peep on Pulitzer Finalists of 2007.
 
Here We Go Again — Pulitzer Finalists Leaked!
By Joe Strupp
Published: March 08, 2007 1:35 PM ET updated 10:20 PM ET

NEW YORK It didn’t take long for the Pulitzer Prize finalist lists to begin leaking out. Within hours of the 14 Pulitzer juries packing up to go home on Wednesday after three days of judging at Columbia University, the names of this year’s alleged finalists began to spread.

So far, E&P has compiled a likely list of 10 of the 14 journalism finalist groups. These are compiled from multiple sources — based on chats with some judges and editors at some newspapers that received firm word — with at least two confirming their accuracy. E&P has been publishing these leaked lists for five years and they have proven to be very accurate in the past. However, as we always note: This is NOT official and mistakes can happen.

Of course, when the full 18-person Pulitzer Board meets April 12-13, it has the power to delete or shift any of these selections. But for the moment, these appear to be the lucky nominees.

Local Reporting

1. The Miami Herald – "House of Lies"
2. The Boston Globe – "Debtor’s Hell"
3. The Sun of Baltimore

International Reporting

1. The Wall Street Journal – China
2. Los Angeles Times – Iraq
3. The Washington Post – Lebanon

Public Service

1. The Wall Street Journal – Backdating investments
2. The Washington Post – Farm subsidies
3. Birmingham News – Community college corruption

Investigative Journalism

1. Hartford Courant – Mentally Ill soldiers
2. The Seattle Times – "Your Courts, Their Secrets"
3. The Seattle Times – "License to Harm"

Explanatory journalism

1. Los Angeles Times – "Altered Oceans"
2. The New York Times – Diabetes
3. The Virginian-Pilot – Security firm

National Reporting

1. Chicago Tribune – Death penalty
2. The Oregonian – Charity investigation
3. The Boston Globe – Signing statements

Commentary

1. Joe Nocera – The New York Times
2. Cynthia Tucker – Atlanta Journal Constitution
3. Ruth Marcus – The Washington Post

Breaking News

1. The Oregonian – Lost Family
2. The Denver Post – Blizzards
3. Not yet confirmed

Feature Writing

1. The Oregonian
2. The New York Times
3. St. Petersburg Times.

Editorial Cartoonist

1. Walt Handelsman – Newsday
2. Nick Anderson – Houston Chronicle
3. Mike Thompson – Detroit Free Press

Those categories yet to be fleshed out include editorial writing, breaking news photography, feature photography, and criticism.

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