Liz Wolfe is an associate editor at Reason covering tech, free speech, and China. For Reason TV, she has interviewed sex workers and tattoo artists; for Reason, she has interviewed venture capitalists, tech CEOs, crypto hype men, canceled tech employees, and those who brokered the Martin Shkreli/Wu-Tang Clan album sale. When not covering tech- and speech-related issues, she interviews restaurateurs up in the Bronx and writes about how communists, the federal government, and hypersensitive Bushwick hipsters have all historically tried to ruin food and dining for the rest of us. She was formerly managing editor of The Federalist. Her work has appeared in Playboy, The Daily Beast, Pirate Wires, Bloomberg's CityLab, Houston Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, New York Post, and National Review.
She has appeared on The New York Times podcast, The Argument. She does frequent radio hits for KSL's Inside Sources, which serves Salt Lake City; WPHT's The Rich Zeoli Show, which serves Philadelphia; and WIBC's Tony Katz and the Morning News, which serves Indianapolis. She has appeared as a guest on Kennedy and Varney & Co, both on Fox Business, on The Glenn Beck Show, and on The Megyn Kelly Show. She appears as a recurring guest on The Hill's YouTube show, Rising, which has 1.5 million subscribers.
She attended the College of William and Mary from 2014 to 2016, receiving a bachelor's degree in government. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and son.