John Carvalho Thanks Supporters Who Promoted His Pulitzer Prize Submitted Autobiography “The Crisis Of Our Time”


Today the Pulitzer Prizes were announced at Columbia University.  Close to 3,000 entries were submitted to Columbia University and 22 were selected as Pulitzer Prize winners in 21 categories.  Dr. John Carvalho submitted “The Crisis Of Our Time” (AuthorHouse) for the Autobiography/Biography category.  The biography award ultimately went to “The Pope and Mussolini: The Secret History of Pius XI and the Rise of Fascism in Europe” by David I. Kertzer (Random House).


“We are very honored to submit my new book for this year’s Pulitzer Prize,” announced an ecstatic Dr. John Carvalho to the media and his fans on September 30, 2014. “It is a dream come true for any author to craft a work that possesses philosophical depth, artistic expression, and universal meaning. My readers, including young people, tell me that the manuscript encompasses these elements and, as a result, we are confident that it is a Pulitzer Prize-worthy entry. ‘The Crisis Of Our Time’ has changed the way that one can write nonfiction and yet still engage a diverse audience.”


Though he did not win today’s award, Dr. John Carvalho thanks The Pulitzer Prize Committee, Columbia University, and congratulates all of this year’s nominees in all 21 categories.


“I congratulate the winners, finalists, and all nominees of this year’s Pulitzer Prizes! Promotion of the arts and literature, and exposing flaws in government, are integral for the furtherance of a free and healthy society. I wish all Pulitzer Prize submitters the best of luck in their careers and ask that they continue the incredible work that they do!” said Dr. Carvalho earlier today.

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