Award-winning newspaper reporter and editor
Lawrence Meyer is a veteran, award-winning newspaper reporter and editor. He spent thirty-two years at The Washington Post, where he witnessed many of the twentieth century’s most dramatic events. During the 1970s, he covered the attempted assassination of Governor George C. Wallace, the Watergate break-in trial, the Senate Watergate hearings, and the subsequent impeachment proceedings against President Richard Nixon. He was an editor in The Post’s Outlook Section and editor of The Washington Post National Weekly Edition. Meyer has published four books. His second novel, False Front, was nominated for the American Book Award. His latest book, The Final Edition, is a historical novel available from Amazon Books and Kindle. His website is finaleditionthebook.com.