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Geoff Edgers

National Arts Reporter — The Washington Post
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Covers:  arts, popular culture, museums

Washington Post national arts reporter, TV attempter, fan of notes, will brake for Nilsson.

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Geoff Edgers is on staff at The Washington Post, where he is the national arts reporter. Before that, Edgers served as a staff arts and culture reporter at The Boston Globe and contributed to GQ, Spin, Salon, and Wired. Edgers has starred in and produced the PBS documentary "Do It Again," a film ...

What was your first job as a journalist?

Staff reporter for the Sudbury Town Crier.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes. I started last week. Royal No. 10.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

You get paid to meet fascinating people and try to find a way to translate what they know and do to strangers. That's a pretty cool job.


Emmy Award

2013 - Arts & Entertainment Reporting
Awarded with Darren Durlach for film of opera singer Barbara Quintiliani