Cody Delistraty is a writer based in Paris.
At N.Y.U., he studied politics and spent half his time in New York and half his time in Paris, studying both at NYU’s Paris campus and at Sciences Po. He continued on to Oxford, where he received his master’s in modern European history.
Upon graduating Oxford, he went to work for Charlie Rose in New York, where he was Mr. Rose’s associate producer and speechwriter.
During his time at Oxford and Charlie Rose, he began writing cultural essays and profiles, frequently contributing to The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Paris Review, and The Atlantic, among others. His profiles include the authors Kazuo Ishiguro, Julian Barnes, and John Banville for The New Yorker, the explorer and heir David de Rothschild for The New York Times, and a revisionist cultural history of Paris’ “Lost Generation” for The Paris Review.