Episode 10: Bad sentences beware of Carlos Lozada of The Washington Post
Carlos Lozada is an associate editor and nonfiction book critic at The Washington Post. In this episode, Carlos tells you what it’s like to read and write for a living and shares his drafting and revising tips.
During the show, we reference these articles by Lozada:
“With his posthumous memoir, ESPN’s Stuart Scott hits a walk-off”
“Jennifer Lopez, the face that launched a thousand Internet searches for The Iliad”
“George H.W. Bush’s touching, resentful and proud letter of advice to Jeb and George”
“The five worst sentences I read in January”
Carlos Lozada is associate editor and nonfiction book critic at the Washington Post, where he has worked since 2005 in various capacities, including economics editor, national security editor and Outlook editor. Previously, he was managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and a Knight-Bagehot fellow in economics and business journalism at Columbia University. A native of Lima, Peru, he is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Princeton University.
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