Stuart Stevens grew up in Mississippi, a seventh generation Mississippian. For a very long time he's been driven by a fascination and love of politics, film, and writing and has pursued those interests throughout his life.
He attended Colorado College; Pembroke College, Oxford; Middlebury College's Bread Loaf School of English; UCLA Graduate Film School and the American Film Institute, where he received a diploma signed by Charlton Heston.
The Last Season: A Father, a Son and a Lifetime of College Football is his sixth book. His earlier books are: Night Train to Turkistan, Malaria Dreams, Feeding Frenzy: Around the World In Search of The Perfect Meal and the novel, Scorched Earth: A Political Love Story. He's written extensively for dramatic television series, starting with Northern Exposure and including I'll Fly Away, K. Street, Commander in Chief and others. His articles and essays have appeared in The New York Times, Esquire, Outside, The Washington Post, Food & Wine and many others.
He has a long time interests in endurance sports which he pursues badly. He's skied the last 100 kilometers to the North Pole and ridden the 1200 km Paris-Brest-Paris cycling event and was the first person to complete all of the World Loppet (Nordic Ski Marathons) in a single season. He wishes he were good at these endeavors, but concedes he is not, yet enjoys them nonetheless.
Stuart Stevens is a founding partner in Strategic, Partners & Media, is a contributor to The Daily Beast, and is currently working on a new show for HBO about Georgetown in the JFK era and has just completed a novel set at a political convention in the near future.
March 22nd, 2019 | 49 mins 7 secs
2020, god, joe biden, mike murphy, politics, stuart stevens
On today's Bulwark podcast, political strategists Mike Murphy and Stuart Stevens join host Charlie Sykes to discuss the crowded 2020 field, vice presidential picks, whether Joe Biden has a path, and why candidates should run as the best version of themselves.