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Politics & Prose Packed for Reading of Jack Nelson’s Memoir, “Scoop”
Barbara Matusow—the late reporter's wife, editor of the book, and "Washingtonian" contributing editor—appeared to discuss the work. By Tanya Pai
Audience members await a reading of Scoop at Politics & Prose. Photographs by Alan Muldawer.
Comments () | Published January 7, 2013

This Sunday afternoon, audience members packed into the Politics & Prose bookstore on Connecticut Avenue to hear a reading of Scoop, the memoir of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jack Nelson. Appearing to discuss the work were his wife, Barbara Matusow, a Washingtonian contributing editor and the editor of the book; Doyle McManus, who succeeded Nelson as the LA Times Washington bureau chief in 1996; and Gene Roberts, former executive editor of the Philadelphia Enquirer.*

Barbara Matusow signs a copy of Scoop.

Doyle McManus discusses the work.

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