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A Livingston Finalist

My “Angel is Airborne” piece from Washingtonian’s November 2013 special issue on the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination has been named a finalist for the Livingston Award for National Reporting, which honors the best reporting and writing by journalists under 35. It’s a pretty amazing list of writers and reporting being honored, so I’m amazed to be in that company. (Last year, actually, Washingtonian won the Livingston Award for Rachel Manteuffel’s piece “The Things They Leave Behind.”)

If you’re interested in reading the piece, “Angel is Airborne: JFK’s Final Flight from Dallas,” you can pick it up here as an ebook on Amazon or at Barnes & Noble for the Nook. It’s actually done pretty well on Amazon, consistently staying one of the top politics sellers in “Short Reads.”