Glenn Frankel Will Return to London
GLENN FRANKEL will return to London as the Washington Post’s bureau chief in August. He has been editing the Post’s Sunday magazine.
Rick Tulsky Won Second Place from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
RICK TULSKY won second place and $1,000 from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists last November for his series of articles in the San Jose Mercury based on his Patterson research on denials of asylum in the U.S.
Cheryl Reed’s Book Based on her Patterson Work, was Published by Berkeley Books
“Unveiled: The Hidden Lives of Nuns,” Cheryl Reed’s book based on her Patterson work, was published by Berkeley Books. Cheryl is a reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times.
Donna Decesare has Been Working on an Extended Project on Youth Violence and Violence Prevention in Latin America
DONNA DECESARE has been working on an extended project on youth violence and violence prevention in Latin America. Pixelpress is hosting a digital diary of her travels in Colombia, Guatemala and Honduras at www.pixelpress.org.
A book of Jason Eskenazi’s was Short-Listed for the European Book Award.
A book of Jason Eskenazi’s photos of Russia, “Memoratopia: A Fairytale of the Soviet Monolith,” was short-listed for the European Book Award.
Alexander Stille’s APF Project has been Turned into a Book
Alexander Stille’s APF project has been turned into a book, “The Future of the Past,” published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux.
Jose Luis Villegas and Marcos Breton have Collaborated on a Photo Book on Latin Baseball
Jose Luis Villegas and Marcos Breton have collaborated on a photo book on Latin baseball. “Home is Everything: the Latin Baseball Story,” is published by Cinco Puntos Publishing, El Paso, TX. Jose shot the photographs, Marcos wrote an essay and Orlando Cepeda wrote the foreword. Jose and Marcos are on
Randy Olson Photographed a National Geographic Article on Iraq’s Antiquities War
Randy Olson photographed a National Geographic article on Iraq’s antiquities war, following a team of archaeologists from Baghdad to Babylon.