The Washington Post Outlook editor Carlos Lozada has been named the outlet’s new nonfiction book critic. In this role, he’ll pen weekly reviews of nonfiction books and long-form writing. The same announcement noted that The Post will also launch a new blog to focus on nonfiction content.
Lozada joined The Post in 2005 and served as both an economics and national security editor before being named editor of the paper’s Sunday Outlook section five years ago. Prior to WaPo, he was managing editor of Foreign Policy. Read more