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Joseph Dolman

Writer, editor, fotog



         Instagram: nycityedition

  • Manhattan-based editorial writer and columnist for two decades at New York Newsday, Long Island Newsday and amNewYork. 

  • Pulitzer-prize finalist with full Newsday editorial board for opinion pieces after Superstorm Sandy laid waste to vast swaths of the city and Long Island. 2012.

  • Pulitzer-prize finalist at The Atlanta Constitution for editorials on Mariel Cuban refugees held indefinitely in US federal prisons. 1988.

  • Winner of the national Sigma Delta Chi Bronze Medallion for editorials on New York City's public schools.1997.

  • Two first-place awards for editorial writing from the National Education Writers Association. 

  • Numerous awards from the Deadline Club of New York City, the NYC Society of Silurians and the New York State Associated Press.




Concentration is the genius of the city, the source of its vitality and excitement. New York's center has become the nation's center, and this concentration of activities is its major attraction.


                                                      --Plan for New York City, 1969

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