Maureen Orth

Since 1993, Maureen Orth has shared the title Special Correspondent with Dominck Dunne at Vanity Fair. Her first book, Vulgar Favors (Delacorte, 1999), appeared for three weeks on The New York Times Bestseller list. She has written for many major magazines and newspapers and has also served as a network correspondent for NBC News. She has won the National Magazine Award for her coverage of the arts at Newsweek and was nominated for her work at Vanity Fair. Her late husband was Tim Russert, the Washington bureau chief of NBC News and moderator of Meet the Press. She lives in Washington D.C.


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The Importance of Being Famous

Maureen Orth
Henry Holt and Co.

Vanity Fair's veteran special correspondent pulls back the curtain on the world of celebrity and those who live and die there Vanity Fair's Maureen Orth...


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