RH, Crown Authors Azmat Khan, David Philipps ‘22 Pulitzer International Reporting Winners


Azmat Khan, courtesy of David Philipps, Photo © Michael Ciaglo

As we continue to bask in the halo of this year’s General Nonfiction Pulitzer winner, INVISIBLE CHILD: Poverty, Survival, And Hope In An American City by Andrea Elliott from Random House, we also happily acknowledge two winners of the Journalism Pulitzers are our authors.

Azmat Khan wrote four of the eight New York Times articles that collectively were awarded the Pulitzer for International Reporting. Ms. Kahn’s forthcoming Random House book, PRECISION STRIKE, about human casualties of drone wars, will be edited by Ben Greenberg, VP & Editorial Director, Nonfiction, Random House.

David Philipps, a Crown author, also contributed an article to this aggregation of Pulitzer reporting. This represents his second Pulitzer win, and he is also a two-time Pulitzer finalist. Mr. Philipps is the author of ALPHA: Eddie Gallagher and the War for the Soul of the Navy Seals, published in 2021 and edited by Kevin Doughten, VP & Executive Editor, Crown, and Editorial Director, Nonfiction, Sugar23.

We congratulate Ms. Kahn and Mr. Philipps, thrilled they are Penguin Random House authors.

Posted: May 13, 2022