PULITZER COMMITTEE DECIDES TO NOT EVEN READ THE NOMINEES THIS YEAR
April 17 2012
New York, NY – This year’s Pulitzer Prizes have been handed out, kind of, after a tempestuous decision making process. While there is often little controversy over Pulitzer choices, this year the committee decided to not award a prize to any work of fiction. While officials declined comment as to why specifically no book was chosen for the prize, it’s believed likely that works selected were either lousy or just too boring, making it difficult for all members of the selection board to actually read the entire thing.
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