Noah Robertson

Washington Writer

Noah Robertson spent his first 20 years in and around Williamsburg, Virginia – an eclectic colonial town home to his college and most of his family. After a stint at The Monitor's Boston office, he returned to his home state for the DC Sperling Fellowship and now works in the Washington Bureau. His reporting interests sprawl more than they focus, covering blind sailors in the Boston harbor to nascent secessionists on the West Virginia border.

Outside the office, Noah enjoys reading, basketball, playing (and often losing) chess, and crossword puzzles. Give him a call if you ever want to talk James Baldwin or E.B. White. 

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