NEW YORK — The world’s biggest names in sport journalism are making the rounds at the New York Times to discuss what makes their work so compelling.
The New Yorker will publish an interview with Michael Lewis in a story on the sports writer, the Times said on Tuesday, but it did not give a reason for Lewis’ appearance.
Lewis is the author of “The Sports Fan,” a 2013 book that detailed the lives and careers of some of the world’s best sports journalists.
The story was the cover story in the March issue.
Lewis has appeared before the Times before.
In 2013, he was one of several Times journalists to cover the World Cup in South Africa.
The paper also has published interviews with sports legends including Bill Russell and Michael Jordan.
Lewis said in a 2013 interview with the New Republic that he and his wife were able to cover South Africa because they had access to the press and a place to stay.
“It was not the greatest hotel in the world, but I knew it was the right place for a family with a large family to go,” Lewis said in the interview.
“I was able to stay at the hotel that I had chosen because it was within the city of Johannesburg and I could stay in one of the city’s many hotels.
He called it “the world’s second-most-frequent” source of news and wrote that he felt he was “in an important position to be able to say, ‘Yes, I did this story that was the biggest story in sports.'””
Lewis has said he had a very good relationship with the Times.
He called it “the world’s second-most-frequent” source of news and wrote that he felt he was “in an important position to be able to say, ‘Yes, I did this story that was the biggest story in sports.'”
The interview will run on March 22.
The Times did not immediately respond to a request for comment.