is an award-winning correspondent who served in London, Paris,
Washington, New Delhi, Madrid, the United Nations, New York
City and elsewhere for Time magazine, the International Herald
Tribune, and The Associated Press.
Malkin has been
a contributor to The Atlantic Monthly, Connoisseur, Fortune,
Horizon, The Quarterly Journal of Military History, Queen
(London), The Times Literary Supplement (London), World
Policy Journal, and others. His dispatches from London received
a prize for international financial reporting from the
Overseas Press Club, and his essay, "Distributing
the Gift of Life," was awarded the Greenwall
Foundation's Prize for the best personal essay.
He lives in New
York with his wife, who survived World War II hidden in a
convent in her native Belgium.
Contact Lawrence Malkin.