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Andrew Klavan

Andrew Klavan is a contributing editor of City Journal and the author of best-selling crime novels, including True Crime (whose film version starred Clint Eastwood), Don’t Say a Word (starring Michael Douglas), and Empire of Lies. He has been nominated for the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Award five times, winning twice. Klavan’s books have been translated into many languages. He has also written award-winning thrillers for young adults, including the best-selling series The Homelanders, which follows a patriotic teenager’s battle against jihadists. Klavan’s essays and op-eds on politics, religion, movies, and literature have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. His popular “Klavan on the Culture” and “Revolting Truth” videos are available on YouTube. Klavan wrote the screenplay for A Shock to the System (1990; starring Michael Caine) and for One Missed Call (2008; starring Ed Burns).


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Arts and Literature
  • The Lost Art of War City Journal, Winter 2008
  • Braggistan in the America of the Imagination City Journal, Summer 2008
  • Romanticon City Journal, Summer 2009


  • California
  • The Little Red Wagon That Can City Journal, 17 April 2009
  • A Man Alone City Journal, Winter 2010
  • A Tale of Two Cities City Journal, 23 March 2010


  • Children and Family
  • Story Time Diarist, Spring 2008


  • Culture and Society
  • The Sin of Sin City City Journal, Summer 2005
  • The Lost Art of War City Journal, Winter 2008
  • Story Time Diarist, Spring 2008
  • Braggistan in the America of the Imagination City Journal, Summer 2008
  • Iran and the Tragedy of Bad Ideas Wall Street Journal, 06-23-09
  • A Man Alone City Journal, Winter 2010
  • A Tale of Two Cities City Journal, 23 March 2010
  • Curtains! Diarist, Spring 2011
  • No Joke City Journal, Spring 2012


  • Education
  • Story Time Diarist, Spring 2008


  • Foreign Affairs
  • Five Days at the End of the World City Journal, Autumn 2008


  • Healthcare
  • The Panel Wall Street Journal, 08-17-09


  • History
  • Iran and the Tragedy of Bad Ideas Wall Street Journal, 06-23-09


  • Media
  • The Lost Art of War City Journal, Winter 2008
  • Take the Limbaugh Challenge Los Angeles Times, 03-29-09


  • National Politics
  • The Little Red Wagon That Can City Journal, 17 April 2009


  • Political Correctness
  • The Big White Lie Diarist, Spring 2007


  • Politics
  • The Little Red Wagon That Can City Journal, 17 April 2009
  • Romanticon City Journal, Summer 2009


  • Poverty
  • Story Time Diarist, Spring 2008


  • Race
  • A Man Alone City Journal, Winter 2010


  • Race and Ethnicity
  • A Man Alone City Journal, Winter 2010


  • Race Relations
  • A Man Alone City Journal, Winter 2010


  • Religion
  • A Man Alone City Journal, Winter 2010


  • Taxes and Budget
  • The Little Red Wagon That Can City Journal, 17 April 2009


  • Terrorism
  • Five Days at the End of the World City Journal, Autumn 2008


  • Underclass
  • Story Time Diarist, Spring 2008


  • War on Terror
  • The Lost Art of War City Journal, Winter 2008
  • Braggistan in the America of the Imagination City Journal, Summer 2008
  • Five Days at the End of the World City Journal, Autumn 2008


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