Most Popular Writers
Michael Behar writes about travel, the environment, and science. He was formerly a science editor for National Geographic and a senior editor at Wired.
In 1998, Joel Stein began writing what he describes as a “sophomoric humor column” for Time. He is the author of Man Made: A Stupid Quest for Masculinity.
The wry and perceptive Andrew Tilin spent a year on performance-enhancing drugs for his book The Doper Next Door—which earned him a two-year ban from cycling.
Paul Keegan writes about companies, commerce and culture for Fortune, Money, Business 2.0 and others.