Journalist, Author, Speaker
Travel, Behavior, Humor, Biography
Wise, witty and colorful, Louise Lague's writing has inspired and entertained readers for over four decades. From her first job at the Providence Journal to her latest as West Coast Bureau Chief of the award-winning Leaders' Edge magazine, she has developed a keen observational eye and a conversational style that has attracted fans worldwide.
After working at the Washington Daily News and the Washington Star, where she co-authored the popular Ear column, Lague moved to PEOPLE magazine where she spent 18 years as a writer and editor, including a decade devoted to the late Diana, Princess of Wales. During her years at Time Inc., she worked on the founding staffs of InStyle and Quest, and wrote for Life magazine.
She was one of PEOPLE's first television and podium spokespersons, making regular appearances on The Joan Rivers Show, CNN, NPR, as well as local stations around the country. She produced and toured with presentations based on the Academy Awards and People's 50 Most Beautiful People issue.
In the year 2000, she earned her Masters' Degree in Counseling, and has since worked as a counselor and advice columnist. Her advice blog Ask Glammy wins applause from fans and mental health professionals alike.
As a travel writer, she has appeared in the New York Times travel section. With her husband Tom Lichty, she writes and produces the internationally-read Expat Almanac, a travel blog.
Her work has also appeared in O, the Oprah Magazine, More, Self, Glamour, Readers' Digest, Washington Post, New York Times, and many other publications.
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