Joshuah Bearman writes for Rolling Stone, Harper's, Wired, The New York Times Magazine, and The Believer, and contributes to This American Life.
Tom Junod is a two-time National Magazine Award-winning journalist best known for his profiles in Esquire.
Joshua Davis is a contributing editor at Wired and has written for GQ and Outside. He has also attempted to become to world's lightweight arm-wrestling champion.
Eight-time National Magazine Award finalist Paterniti traveled with Einstein's brain for the bestselling Driving Mr. Albert. His newest is The Telling Room.
The Iowa caucuses are Washington’s magic eight ball; it’s also the only state where grassroots politics (and good donuts) can make or break a presidential candidate.
You haven’t had a bear hug until you’ve cuddled with a panda (or better yet, a panda cub). There’s a reserve deep in China that makes it possible.
A discursion into found science-y images.
No drivers, no remote controls, millions of dollars, and the future of our military near Barstow, California.
Which may or may not be locked in a death-struggle with the golden eagle, with important parallels and/or implications regarding koala bears, the pied piper, spongmonkeys, cane toads, black death, and text-messaging.
In search of the next romance novel cover man.
In the battleground four years later.
With his trusty sidekick, the Ace, he fights to vanquish crime and defend the helpless—if he doesn’t get evicted first. Behind the mask of the Real Life Superheroes.
How a group of young designers is redefining what makes a video game a game.
Hanging with the Florida troops out to win—and keep—a Kerry victory.
Ten years after the 39 suicides, the sole survivor is back—and he has something urgent to tell us.
Majid Al-Bahadli more than hopes Obama can change the world.
How the CIA used a fake sci-fi flick to rescue Americans from Tehran. The declassified story of “Argo.”
Gerald Blanchard could hack any bank, swipe any jewel. There was no security system he couldn’t beat.
A true-life Hollywood epic starring Huey Newton, Bert Schneider—and an escape to Cuba.