Mike Sager is a bestselling author and award-winning reporter. He’s been called “the Beat poet of American journalism.” For more than forty years he has worked as a writer for the Washington Post, Rolling Stone, GQ and Esquire. The author of a dozen books and eBooks, Sager is also the editor and publisher of The Sager Group LLC (www.TheSagerGroup.net), a content brand that publishes books and eBooks; ministers to artists and provides modest grants; designs products; and produces documentary, narrative and commercial films and music videos.
For his stories, Sager has lived with a crack gang in Los Angeles; ex-pat Vietnam veterans in Thailand; a 625 pound man in El Monte,CA; teenage pitbull fighters in the Philadelphia barrio; Palestinians in the Gaza Strip; heroin addicts on the Lower East Side; Aryan Nations troopers in Idaho; U.S. Marines at Camp Pendleton; Tupperware saleswomen in suburban Maryland; high school boys in Orange County; a Mormon family in Snowflake, Arizona. Many of his articles have been optioned for or have inspired documentaries or films, including Boogie Nights, Veronica Guerin, Wonderland and The Marinovich Project.
The Struggle And Joy Of Finding Love Again Later In Life
Fifty-four Valentine’s Days in, Mike Sager thinks maybe he has found the person to grow old with. Can you really save the best for last?
Making Sense of a Lifetime of Love, Companionship, and Sex
53 Valentine's days in, Mike Sager sees a renaissance in his sex life, stemming from wisdom and experience, gains and losses.
Mike Sager on Fatherhood, “An Incurable Disease of the Heart”
Like life itself, parenting has its stages, and at some point, it's time for your kid to make their own mistakes.