Chief National Correspondent, The New York Times Magazine
Mark Leibovich is The New York Times Magazine’s Chief National Correspondent. Prior to this, he was a national policy reporter based in Washington, D.C., and specialized in political profiles, features and essays. He most recently covered the Republican primaries. Leibovich will also contribute to the paper’s Style section.
Mr. Leibovich came to The New York Times in 2006 from the Washington Post, where he wrote about national politics for the Post’s Style section. He previously covered the United States technology sector for the Post’s Business section. He has also worked at the San Jose Mercury News and the Boston Phoenix.
Born in Bost, Mass. on May 9, 1965, Mr. Leibovich graduated from the University of Michigan in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in English.
Keynote Address at Lewis & Clark
The Importance of the Press in our Democracy, a discussion of how—in this scripted and overly produced political age—journalists can still uncover fresh and revealing details about our leaders. In Mark’s presentation, he includes stories of his experiences profiling political figures such as Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, John McCain, Dick Cheney and may others”¦
Mark also has new book coming out in the spring of 2013. The working title for Mark’s book is The Club.