Timothy Egan is a national enterprise reporter for the New York Times. In 2001, he was part of a team of reporters awarded the Pulitzer Prize for the New York Times series exploring racial experiences and attitudes across contemporary America.
Egan is the author of four books, including The Good Rain, a Pacific Northwest Booksellers Book Award winner and regional bestseller for over a decade, and Lasso the Wind, winner of the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Award. He lives in Seattle.
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Books by Timothy Egan:
- The worst hard time: the untold story of those who survived the great American dust bowl (Houghton Mifflin Co., c2006).
- The winemaker’s daugher: a novel (Knopf, c2004)
- Lasso the wind: away to the New West (Knopf, 1998)
- Breaking blue (Knopf, 1992)
- The good rain: across time and terrain in the Pacific Northwest (Knopf, 1990)
Read Timothy Egan’s columns in The New York Times.