F193. Crazy, Sexy Miami: Reporters Tell All
Friday, March 9, 2018
12:00 pm to 1:15 pm
S.L. (Sandi) Wisenberg is the author of a chronicle, The Adventures of Cancer Bitch; an essay collection, Holocaust Girls: History, Memory & Other Obsessions; and a short story collection, The Sweetheart Is In. She teaches at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago Graham School.
Liz Balmaseda, food and dining editor of The Palm Beach Post, has worked as a foreign correspondent, TV producer, and columnist. It was as a Miami Herald columnist that she won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary and later shared a second Pulitzer for breaking news in 2001. She has authored several books.
Madeleine Helena Blais is a professor of journalism at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a mentor in the Goucher College low-residency MFA in nonfiction program as well as a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter. Her most recent book is a memoir, To the New Owners.
Sydney Freedberg has worked on newspaper investigations that have been honored with four Pulitzer Prizes. Her work contributed to the conviction of a politically influential sect leader, the courts-martial of Navy personnel charged with abuse, and the overturning of a fraudulent election in Miami.