Dorothy Brown, who until recently was enterprise editor for print and multimedia at The Philadelphia Inquirer, has worked closely with April Saul and other photographers working to tell stories in both visual media and in words. Her particular interest is in narrative writing.
Brown also brought years of experience as health and science editor of The Inquirer to her editing of medical aspects of Jorge’s shooting and rehabilitation. Among numerous other prize-winning stories, she edited the 1997 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism, “Seeking a Good Death.” Saul photographed that series and shared in the Pulitzer award.
Recent Posts by Dorothy Brown
A Stray Bullet, A Shattered LifeApril 2, 2012 by April Saul, Dorothy Brown, Jon Anderson
The human toll of violence in Camden, New Jersey is told through the story of Jorge Cartagena: a nine-year-old boy, blinded for life by a stray bullet. Originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on August 7, 2011.
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