Sara Davidson, journalist, novelist, radio host.
Sara Davidson first captured America’s imagination with her international best seller, Loose Change, about three women growing up in the Sixties. In her many articles, books and TV shows, she’s earned the reputation as a social observer who writes cutting edge pieces about the way we live.
Her books include: Cowboy, Loose Change, Real Property, Friends of the Opposite Sex, Rock Hudson, and her new book, LEAP: What Will We do with the Rest of Life? will be published by Random House in February.
For 25 years, she created and produced shows for T.V. She was co-executive producer of the C.B.S. hit series, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and created the ABC series Jack and Mike and Heart Beat.
Davidson has written for the New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Harper’s, the Atlantic, Rolling Stone, and is a contributing editor of O, the Oprah Winfrey Magazine. She was one of the group who developed the craft of literary journalism, combining the techniques of fiction with rigorous reporting to bring real events and people to life.
She has appeared on numerous national TV shows, including 60 Minutes, Today, Good Morning America and Larry King Live.