Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Poet with dyslexia wins Pulitzer prize

Philip Schultz’s son Augie assisted at a book signing for “Failure” in Tucson.
As a student, Philip Schultz struggled with dyslexia and didn't learn to read until the fifth grade, but this week he shared a Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Each Pulitzer is accompanied by a $10,000 cash prize. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (N.Y.)/Associated Press

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