Studio SPJ with Amy Ellis Nutt

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Amy Ellis Nutt of the Star Ledger in Newark, N.J. will be the featured guest on the next edition of SPJ Radio on Saturday, Oct. 1 at noon Eastern.

Nutt will talk about her career and her new book, “Shadows Bright as Glass” which tells the story of a man whose damaged brain drives him incessantly to create art.

In April, Nutt won the Pulitzer Prize for feature reporting for “The Wreck of the Lady Mary” a 20-page special section about the mysterious sinking of a fishing boat off the New Jersey coast in 2009.

Nutt has been a staff writer at The Star-Ledger since November 1997. She also is an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

For more about Nutt, visit her website.

This half-hour program is sponsored by the New Jersey Pro chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. SPJ member John Ensslin will serve as moderator.

Studio SPJ is an Internet Radio program that features conversations with journalists.

For more about the series, visit SPJ’s Liner Notes blog.

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To call in live during the program, call 347-857-2441.

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