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Reham Khan’s book early favourite for Pulitzer Prize in Political Erotica

(Disclaimer: this is a work of fiction. Learn to take a joke; you’ll live longer.)

NEW YORK – The self-titled book of journalist Reham Khan has become the early favourite for the Pulitzer Prize in Political Erotica, literature experts at the Columbia University say.

With the award to be given out next year, analysts say that it would be hard for anyone to top Reham Khan’s excellence in this particular award.

“There is excellence in journalism and literature beyond words in those pages,” Stephanie McGregor, a senior professor in the Journalism department said while talking to The Dependent.

“It’s hard to see any other work getting the Pulitzer for Political Erotica especially since that category itself is being created just to honour Ms Khan’s magnum opus.”

The Pulitzer committee confirmed that the category of Political Erotica was especially created after the transcript of Reham Khan’s book was first released.

“Not only does it cover a wide range of topics related to sex – positions, kinkiness, pluralism, oral hygiene, etc – it is also progressive in how it incorporates homosexuality, bisexuality, and other heretofore unknown categories of sexuality,” a member of the Pulitzer committee told The Dependent.

However, experts based in Pakistan maintain that it’s too early for Reham Khan’s book to be slotted in as the favourite for the prize.

“We have a few publications on the way as well,” said senior literary critic Farhan Virk, while talking to The Dependent.

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