The Netanyahus by Joshua Cohen (NY Review) won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in the Fiction category. The award, given for “distinguished fiction published in book form during the year by an American author, preferably dealing with American life,” comes with a prize of $15,000.
The judges called the winner a “A mordant, linguistically deft historical novel about the ambiguities of the Jewish-American experience, presenting ideas and disputes as volatile as its tightly-wound plot.”
Palmares by Gayl Jones (Beacon Press) was one of the finalists.
For more information and a list of other winners, see the Pulitzer website.
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