06.18.18
Debbie Millman | Audio

Lewis Lapham


Lewis Lapham is perhaps best known for his time as the editor of Harper’s magazine, where he is now an emeritus editor. But Harper’s is just a few chapters in his extraordinary career as a journalist, writer, and provocateur. He started as a newspaper reporter, and he’s written about ten books, give or take. He now edit’s Lapham’s Quarterly, a magazine about history and literature, and hosts his own podcast, The World in Time. One of his most recent issues of Lapham’s Quarterly is a history of fake news. And throughout it all he has remained a keen observer of public life, politics, and America’s ruling class.

Debbie talks to Lewis Lapham about his long career in journalism and the media landscape today.

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