The session, entitled “How I Got That Story,” will supposedly focus on reporting techniques, but Fishbowl’s particularly excited about the fact that it includes dessert. The NPC always has great food.
By the way, anyone have any early thoughts on the Pulitzers this year? April 4th will come sooner than you think.
Full listing of attendees after the jump.
–Michael Sallah and Mitch Weiss, The Blade, Toledo, Ohio — Investigative Reporting Prize for series on Tiger Force atrocities during the Vietnam War
–Kevin Helliker and Tom Burton, The Wall Street Journal — Explanatory Reporting Prize for examination of aneurysms
–David Barstow, The New York Times — Public Service Prize for examination of worker deaths and employers who break safety rules
–Matt Davies, The Journal News, White Plains, N.Y. — Editorial Cartooning Prize
–Dan Golden, The Wall Street Journal — Beat Reporting Prize for stories on preferential admissions treatment of children of alumni and donors at American universities
–Leonard Pitts, The Miami Herald — Commentary Prize for columns on issues relevant to ordinary people
–David Leeson and Cheryl Diaz Meyer, The Dallas Morning News — Breaking News Photography Prize for coverage of the Iraq war
–Carolyn Cole, Los Angeles Times — Feature Photography Prize for scenes of effects of civil war in Liberia