D. T. Max
D.T. Max was born and raised in New York City and graduated from Harvard in 1984. He has been a book editor and a book review editor, most recently at the The New York Observer. For the past eight years, he has reported mostly for the New Yorker and The New York Times Magazine on everything from the quagga, an extinct relative of the zebra that a South African taxidermist tried to breed back to life, to the president's speechwriters in the days after September 11th.His work has been anthologized in the Best American Science Writing 2006 and elsewhere. He lives outside Washington D.C. with his wife, their two young children, and a rescued beagle who came to them named Max.
Books:Every Love Story Is a Ghost Story, September 2012
The Family That Couldn't Sleep, September 2006