Bob Drogin


Bob Drogin spent nearly 38 years at the Los Angeles Times as a reporter and editor, based in New York, Manila, Johannesburg, and Washington (but not Los Angeles.) In that time, he wrote stories from 49 states and more than 60 countries (but not Ukraine.) For his sins, he served as White House editor during the Trump administration. He has won or shared numerous journalism awards, including a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, and is author of “Curveball: Spies, Lies and the Conman who Caused a War,” which won the Cornelius Ryan award for best non-fiction book on international affairs in 2007. He now freelances for The Washington Post and spends most of the year in West Tisbury.

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