Tom Hallman started his career in New York City right out of college. He was hired to work as a copyeditor for a series of upscale home-decorating magazines.
After a while, he returned to his hometown Portland, Oregon with only a stereo and loan payments. He began working as the editor of a small, Eastern Oregon weekly.
He is now a senior reporter at The Oregonian, where he has worked for 32 years. He has written numerous stories for Reader's Digest and has won every major feature writing award, some multiple times. He was twice a Pulitzer Prize Finalist, and won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing.
This biography was last updated on 01/15/2014.
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