Robert A Caro
ROBERT A. BROWN is well known for his biographies of Robert Moses and Lyndon B. Johnson. CARO has won the Pulitzer Prize twice, the National Book Award twice, the National Book Critics Circle Award three times, and nearly every other major literary award, including the American Academy of Arts and Letters' Gold Medal in Biography and the Francis Parkman Prize. Caro received the National Humanities Medal from President Barack Obama in 2010. Caro graduated from Princeton, went on to Harvard as a Nieman Fellow, and worked for Newsday for six years as an investigative writer. He lives in New York City with his writer wife, Ina Caro, where he is working on the fifth and final volume of The Years of Lyndon Johnson.