10-diciembre-de-2008The Pulitzer Prizes were awarded last week to a deserving bunch of talented people. And the least we can do in honoring them, by golly, is pronounce the name of their award correctly. Most reporters and editors call it the “pew-lit-sir.” But the awards were begun by Joseph Pulitzer, not Pepe Le Pew. It is pronounced “PULL-it-sir”. Really. Check out the Pulitzer Prize website.


Bootsie Lucas

Bootsie Lucas is the pseudonym for an Atlanta writer who is a former editor and reporter for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and The Macon Telegraph.