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"Joseph Pulitzer and the Pulitzer Prizes" is a website that includes a very short biography of Margaret Edson at http://www.pulitzer.org/His-tory/history.html (February 2001), as well as a longer biography of Joseph Pulitzer and an interesting background and history of the prize. This site also includes a listing of all Pulitzer Prize winners

"At Lunch with Margaret Edson" is an article written by Kevin Sack for The New York Times, November 10,1998. Sack interviewed Edson at the school in Atlanta where she teaches kindergarten. The article can be found on The New York Times website in their archives section, but the website charges a fee to download it It is available through public libraries for free.

"An Interview with Margaret Edson," written by Betty Carter, was published in the September/ October 1999 issue of Books & Culture One of the focuses of this interview...

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