Columnist, Associate Editor and Book Review Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Tony Norman is an award-winning columnist, associate editor and book review editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He began his career at the PG in 1988 as a clerk before rising to the pop music / pop culture beat a year later. In 1996, Tony became a general interest columnist who specializes in writing about race, culture and politics. In 1999, he was appointed to the PG's editorial board. In 2002, Tony became an adjunct professor of journalism at Chatham University where he continues to teach. In 2005, he won a Knight-Wallace Fellowship and spent a year at the University of Michigan. In 2012, Tony took on added duties as the PG's book review page editor.
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