Arthur Lubow

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Arthur Lubow is an American journalist best known for his 1992 biography The Reporter Who Would Be King: A Biography of Richard Harding Davis (ISBN 0-684-19404-X), and as a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine Smithsonian, and Inc. His work at Inc. focuses on entrepreneurs involved in the food and wine industries.

Career[edit]

After Lubow graduated from college, he spent a year at Cambridge University where he studied British cultural history of the Industrial Revolution.

Lubow also wrote a short biography of British folk singer Nick Drake, which was included in Drake's 1979 CD boxed set Fruit Tree.

He has also worked as a staff writer for Newsweek, People Magazine, Vanity Fair, and The New Yorker.[1]

Personal[edit]

Lubow lives in New York City.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Arthur Lubow on "Bernini's Genius" Arts & Culture | Smithsonian Magazine". Smithsonian Mag. Retrieved 14 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Arthur Lubow's articles". Inc. Retrieved 14 August 2013. 

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