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Who is Alice Steinbach?
Alice Steinbach is a journalist and an author.
- profession: Journalist, author
- died in
- written works: "Without Reservations", "The Miss Dennis School of Writing and other lessons from a woman's life"
- nominated to Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing (For her account of a blind boy's world, "A Boy of Unusual Vision.")
- Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing (For her account of a blind boy's world, 'A Boy of Unusual Vision.')
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Encyclopedia of Journalism (2009)
by Christopher H. Sterling
” 1985 Alice Steinbach of The Baltimore Sun “for ...
Journalists, Writers and Composers on Their Ways to the Coveted Awards by Heinz Dietrich Fischer, Erika J. Fischer
Alice Steinbach received the 1985 PP in the category of "Feature Writing" for a story about a ten-year-old blind child. Steinbeck, John Ernst, born on February 27 , 1902, in Salinas, Ca., studied at Stanford University, contributing poems and ...
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