Monday, May 3, 2010

Malcolm Gladwell

One of my favorite nonfiction writers is the American journalist, Malcom Gladwell. Presently writing for The New Yorker, he started his career as a Conservative reporter and science writer writing for the Washington Post.

His early books, The Tipping Point and Blink became best sellers. His writing is as clever and witty as his appearance.

His latest book , What the Dog Saw is a collection of essays written for The New Yorker. Gladwell's curiosity makes him an entertaining investigator of the ordinary and the unusual.

Over the next several weeks I will be blogging some of my favorite essays about how he sees the world around us.

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