Winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for "Snow Fall," John Branch is a reporter for The New York Times. His 2011 story “Punched Out” was a Pulitzer finalist.
An American master of the reportorial narrative, Krakauer is the bestselling author of Into the Wild and the Byliner Original Three Cups of Deceit.
Reynolds’s New York Times column Phys Ed is among the paper’s most popular. Her recent book is a myth-busting foray into the science of staying fit.
Daniel Coyle explores the shadowy world of bike racing in the bestseller The Secret Race and the mysteries of greatness in The Talent Code.
A harrowing tale of life and death in an out-of-bounds ski area in Washington State, this is the extended version of the Pulitzer Prize–winning New York Times report.
Some girls who play basketball at Carroll Academy, a school run by a juvenile court in Tennessee, find refuge from family problems of drug addiction and domestic assault.
The last article of a three-part series on the life and death of Derek Boogaard details his decline, and the determination that he had a brain condition believed to be caused by repeated blows to the head.
The second article of a three-part series the life and death of the hockey player Derek Boogaard explores the devastating toll of fighting on players.
Over six months, the author examined the life and death of the hockey player Derek Boogaard. The first article of a three-part series revisits his childhood and his progression from boy to brawler.