"The quality of the research, reporting and writing of these unique features is stunning. No two are written exactly the same way. But they all hold to one constant: strong emotions and content-powerful, touching, frightening, harrowing journalism. -David Garlock in the Preface of Pulitzer Prize Feature Stories: America's Best Writing, 1979-2003, Second Edition The second edition of Pulitzer Prize Feature Stories: America's Best Writing is an unabridged collection of Pulitzer Prize winning work, now covering 25 years. Editor David Garlock analyzes each story, and readers are given a glimpse at the circumstances surrounding the narrative. Each feature is followed by an insightful analysis by Garlock that probes the tactics the feature writer used in both writing and reporting the work. Journalism students and experienced professional writers will find Pulitzer Prize Feature Stories an essential compendium of the best feature writing of the last quarter century. Selections new to this edition: 1998 - Thomas French,St. Petersburg Times, "Angels & Demons" 1999 - Angelo B. Henderson, Wall Street Journal, "Crime Scene" 2000 - J. R. Moehringer, Los Angeles Times, "Crossing Over" 2001 - Tom Hallman, Jr., The Oregonian, "The Boy Behind The Mask" 2002 - Barry Siegel, Los Angeles Times, "A Father's Pain" 2003 - Sonia Nazario, Los Angeles Times, "Enrique's Journey"Pulitzer Prize Feature Stories: America's Best Writing, 1979 - 2003, 2 was published 2003 under ISBN 9780813825458 and ISBN 0813825458.