Best Newspaper Writing 2003: Winners: The American Society of Newspaper Editors Competition

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Taylor Trade Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 386 pages
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Best Newspaper Writing 2003, the 25th anniversary of this prestigious series' publication, celebrates the winners of the ASNE Distinguished Writing Awards, including the Jesse Laventhol Prizes honoring deadline reporting, and featuring the Community Service Photojournalism Award on a companion CD-ROM. David Barham's clever, homespun editorials, a trademark of the "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, combine a conversational style and unflinching, on-point criticism effectively to take on, among others, the head of the Southern Baptist Convention and the Catholic Church, proving that there are no sacred cows in the Razorback state. Andrew Malcolm of the "Los Angeles Times adds a whimsical voice to journalism's stodgiest pages with editorials that are equal parts satire, concise storytelling, and unbridled shtick. His way with words is never so evident as when he tackles the tough (difficult, grueling) task of writing an obituary for a thesaurus editor.

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Editorial Writing
1
David Barham
27
Mark Mahoney
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Copyright

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Arlene Notoro Morgan is the associate dean of prizes and programs at Columbia University and the director of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism's" "Let's Do It Better!" Workshop on Journalism, Race, and Ethnicity." Formerly, she was an assistant managing editor at "The Philadelphia Inquirer," where she was honored with the first Knight Ridder Excellence Award for Diversity in 1995.

Alice Irene Pifer is the director of professional education at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a former producer at ABC News.

Keith Woods is the dean of faculty at the Poynter Institute and a former reporter, city editor, editorial writer, and columnist at "The Times-Picayune,

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