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Ep. 74 "A Bastion of Fact and Truth" | Library Stories

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Winning a journalism prize from The New York Public Library evokes something extra because libraries enable people to discern fact from fiction, say Dan Fagin, a past winner of the Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism. Learn more about the prize and this year's finalists here.

 

Dan Fagin, past Bernstein award winner, at Schwarzman Building

 

 

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