Ariel Levy on Demi Moore: 'She was sick of people trying to tell her who she should be'

From hosting a podcast about Jeffrey Epstein to ghostwriting for one of Hollywood’s most famous, the journalist reflects on life after her ‘trial by fire’

Ariel Levy wrote one of October’s top bestselling books in the Us, but you may not know it. After all, her name is not on the cover.

The American journalist has written some of the most compelling profiles in the last decade as a staff writer for the New Yorker, and she specialises in writing about interesting women. She has profiled Edith Windsor, the plaintiff who won a landmark case in the fight for gay marriage in the Us; Diana Nyad, who, at the age of 64, was the first person in the world to swim from Cuba to Florida; and Julia Louis-Dreyfus of Veep and Seinfeld fame.
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