Some articles on author, winning, prize, prize winning, prize winning authors, prize winning author:
1991) author, Make Love, Not War, I Can't Believe I Just Did That, playwright, Baptizing Adam Daniel Altieri (A.M. 1971) American author/ coauthor, translator, artist, novelist and fabulist. 1995), author, playwright, Arborophilia, Creve Coeur, The Mistress of Wholesome Edward Ball (1982) - National Book Award winning nonfiction writer, Slaves in the Family, The Genetic Strand Aliki ...
... Secretary of State and author of the "Marshall Plan" Joe Gibbs (1940- ) – Lived just west of Leesburg while coaching the Washington Redskins Arthur Godfrey (1903–1983) – Popular national radio and television ... to France Russell Baker (1925- ) – Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Growing Up (1983, Autobiography) Barbara Holland (1933-2010) – author Madeleine Albright (1937- ) – U.S ... Taylor (1942- ) – Pulitzer Prize winning poet Fred Hetzel (1942- ) – Former professional basketball player Oliver North (1943- ) – Former USMC Officer and figure in the Iran-Contra ...
... of the United States, university presidents, Pulitzer Prize winning authors, and leaders in many academic and professional disciplines ... of Defense Anne Applebaum – Pulitzer Prize winning author/journalist and columnist for the Washington Post Bruce Babbitt – Former Governor of Arizona ... President for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Ted Conover – Noted author, essayist and journalist Richard Cordray – Directory of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ...
Famous quotes containing the words author, prize and/or winning:
“The more gifted and talkative ones characters are, the greater the chances of their resembling the author in tone or tint of mind.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“In the corrupted currents of this world
Offences gilded hand may shove by justice,
And oft tis seen the wicked prize itself
Buys out the law; but tis not so above:
There is no shuffling.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Masculinity is not something given to you, but something you gain. And you gain it by winning small battles with honor.”
—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)