Arianna Huffington is a nationally syndicated columnist and author of nine books.
Originally from Greece, she moved to England when she was sixteen and graduated from Cambridge University with an M.A. in
Economics. At twenty-one she became President of the famed debating society, the Cambridge Union. Her first book, The Female Woman, on the changing
roles of women, was published in 1974 by Random House and translated into eleven languages. In 1978 she published After Reason,
a book on political leadership and the intersection of politics and culture. Her biography of Maria Callas: The Woman Behind
the Legend, published in 1981 quickly became an international bestseller. Her fourth book, The Gods of Greece, celebrated
the power of myths as guides to forgotten dimensions of life and ourselves, and has been republished by Atlantic Monthly Press,
with paintings by Francoise Gilot.
Her biography of Pablo Picasso, Picasso: Creator and Destroyer, published
in 1988, was a major international bestseller, translated into sixteen languages. The book was reissued by Avon Books to coincide
with the release of a feature film based on the book, produced by Merchant-Ivory for Warner Bros. and starring Anthony Hopkins
as Picasso. In 1994, she published The Fourth Instinct on the longing for meaning in a secular world. Her seventh book, Greetings
From the Lincoln Bedroom, a book of political satire, was published in 1998 by Crown. How To Overthrow The Government, on
the corruption of our political system and the need for reform, was published in 2000 by Regan Books (Harper Collins).
Her latest book "Pigs at the Trough: How Corporate Greed and Political
Corruption are Undermining America" was a New York Times bestseller. She's now working on her tenth book, "Fanatics &
Fools," to be published by Miramax Books in the spring.
During Campaign '96, Arianna teamed up with Al Franken to provide political
coverage for Comedy Central during the Republican and Democratic conventions, as well as on election night. She and Franken
also appeared in a point-counterpoint segment, Strange Bedfellows, for Politically Incorrect.
She has made guest appearances on numerous other shows, including The O'Reilly
Factor, Hannity & Colmes, Larry King Live, Oprah, Nightline, Inside Politics, Charlie Rose, Crossfire, Hardball, Good
Morning America, the Today Show and The McLaughlin Group.
She serves on several boards that promote community solutions to social
problems, including the Points of Light Foundation and A Place Called Home that works with at-risk children in South Central
Los Angeles. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Archer School for Girls, the advisory board of the Council on
American Politics at George Washington University, and the board of the Reform Institute that works on campaign and election
Arianna Huffington lives in Los Angeles with
her two daughters
1158 26th Street, P.O. Box 428