Geoff Edgers is an American journalist and writer who is the national arts reporter for The Washington Post. He previously worked for the Boston Globe. Along with his writing, Edgers is the host of "Edge of Fame," a podcast produced by The Washington Post and WBUR, Boston's NPR station, that profiles figures such as Norm Macdonald, David Letterman, Billy Joe Shaver and Ava DuVernay. In 2010, Edgers produced and starred in the music documentary "Do It Again," about his attempt to reunite the Kinks. His articles have appeared in magazines such as GQ, Spin and Wired. Edgers has also published children's books on Elvis, the Beatles and Stan Lee, and contributed to WBUR Boston. In 2013, he hosted a Travel Channel reality TV series called "Edge of America," and in June 2013 he was awarded a New England Emmy for work on a video for the Boston Globe. Edgers joined The Washington Post in September 2014 as the paper's national arts reporter and hosts the military history series "Secrets of the Arsenal" on the American Heroes Channel.