Tony Horwitz

Tony HorwitzBorn: ?
Birthplace: Washington, DC
Occupation: Journalist, Historian

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Confederates in the Attic

Horwitz has worked for a number of major news publications, including The Wall Street Journal and The New Yorker. He was a war correspondent for the WSJ, reporting on the conflicts taking place in Bosnia, the Middle East, Northern Ireland, and Africa. He has lived abroad for about a decade, and upon returning to the States, moved with his family to Virginia where he lives now.

Wife: Geraldine Brooks (novelist/journalist, m. 1984)
Son: Nathaniel (b. 1996)

University: Brown University
University: Columbia School of Journalism

Phi Beta Kappa Society
Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting 1995
The Wall Street Journal War Correspondent

Author of books:
Baghdad Without a Map (1992)
Confederates in the Attic (1998)
One for the Road (1999)
Blue Latitudes (2003)
The Devil May Care (2003)

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