Three questions integral to the work of journalist Andrew Sullivan, and three questions more and more Americans are asking themselves.
For over 30 years, Sullivan has examined the world from all angles – as a blogger, social commentator, and immigrant, he continues to explore it as a Contributing Editor at New York magazine.
Sullivan brings his keen perspective to the podium with talks reflective of his feature stories, such as the chronic distraction of technology in I Used to Be a Human Being, the future of democracy in his National Magazine Award-nominated essay America Has Never Been So Ripe for Tyranny, and on his complex relationship with America in America Is Still the Future: A love letter to my new country.
From 2000 to 2015, Sullivan reported on current events on his blog, The Dish, posting 250 to 300 times a week, its readership topped out in the millions. Before his blogging years, he was the youngest editor-in-chief at The New Republic, where he was named Editor of the Year and received multiple National Magazine Awards. After working for TIME and The New York Times Magazine, Sullivan served as a senior editor for The Atlantic.