Diana K. Sugg is a veteran newspaper reporter who is now editing projects at The Baltimore Sun. She was a medical reporter at The Sun for 10 years, covering a range of breaking news, enterprise and features. She won the Pulitzer Prize for beat reporting in 2003 for a collection of stories that delved into the primitive nature of modern medicine. She has won several national awards for stories that included crime coverage at The Sacramento Bee and health care stories at The Baltimore Sun. She has been guest faculty at the Poynter Institute and the American Press Institute, as well as a speaker at several National Writers’ Workshops.
Recent Posts by Diana K. Sugg
This illuminating three-part series explores the collateral consequences of violence on children, caregivers, educators and others not directly in its line of fire. Judges called the series “eye-opening” and “compelling,” and praised the “compassion” and “clarity” with which the story was approached and executed. Originally published in the Baltimore Sun in December, 2014.
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