Louisa Thomas, a former writer and editor at Grantland, is a New Yorker contributor and the author of Louisa. Her father Evan Thomas, a longtime writer for Newsweek and Time, is the author of several award-winning books, including last year's Being Nixon.
“That's one thing I've learned from my dad: the capacity to be open to becoming more open.”
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- Louisa Thomas on Longform
- [0:30] Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams (Penguin • 2016)
- [8:30] "James Reston a Giant of Journalism, Dies at 86" (R.W. Apple • New York Times • Dec 1995)
- [10:00] Longform Podcast #168: Ta-Nehisi Coates
- [16:30] "Adventures in Wonderlawn: Living the Surreal Life at Wimbledon" (Louisa Thomas • Grantland • July 2015)
- [25:30] "Clinton and the Intern" (Evan Thomas and Michael Isikoff • Newsweek • Feb 1998)
- [30:30] "Newsweek Kills Story on White House Intern" (Drudge Report • Jan 1998)
- [40:30] Being Nixon: A Man Divided (Random House • 2015)