A staff writer for The New Yorker since 1945, Lillian Ross is one of the few journalists who worked for both the magazineâs founding editor, Harold Ross, and its current editor, David Remnick. She âmade journalistic history by pioneering the kind of novelistic nonfiction that inspired later workâ (The New York Times).
Reporting Always is a collection of Rossâs iconic New Yorker profiles and âTalk of the Townâ pieces that spans forty years. âThis glorious collection by a master of the formâ (Susan Orlean) brings the reader into the hotel rooms of Ernest Hemingway, John Huston, and Charlie Chaplin; Robin Williamsâs living room and movie set; Harry Winstonâs office; the tennis court with John McEnroe; Ellen Barkinâs New York City home, the crosstown bus with upper east side school children; and into the lives of other famous, and not so famous, individuals.
âMillennials would do well to study Ross and to study her closely,â says Lena Dunham. Whether reading for pleasure or to learn about the craft, Reporting Always is a joy for readers of all ages.
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