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Emily Bazelon is a co-host of the Slate Political Gabfest, New York Times Magazine staff writer, and former Slate senior editor.
Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy
By Emily Bazelon. Penguin Random House.
Torie Bosch is the editor of Future Tense, a project of Slate, New America, and Arizona State that looks at the implications of new technologies.
Edited by Torie Bosch. Princeton University Press.
John Dickerson is co-host of the Slate Political Gabfest, host of the Whistlestop podcast, a contributing writer to the Atlantic, and a 60 Minutes correspondent.
By John Dickerson. Twelve.
By John Dickerson. Simon & Schuster.
Charles Duhigg is host emeritus of How To! He is a Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and writes for the New Yorker, the New York Times Magazine, and other publications.
By Charles Duhigg. Random House.
David Epstein is host emeritus of How To! He is a science writer who was previously an investigative reporter at ProPublica and senior writer at Sports Illustrated.
By David Epstein. Riverhead Books.
By David Epstein. Portfolio.
Stefan Fatsis is co-host of Slate’s Hang Up and Listen.
By Stefan Fatsis. Penguin.
Every month, Future Tense publishes a new short story that imagines what tomorrow could look like. A partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University, Future Tense explores how emerging technologies will change the way we live, in reality and fiction. Future Tense Fiction is a collection of original fiction commissioned by the partnership.
Henry Grabar is a staff writer for Slate’s Moneybox.
By Henry Grabar et al. Metropolis Books.
Jack Hamilton is Slate’s pop critic and a professor at the University of Virginia.
By Jack Hamilton. Harvard University Press.
Michelle Herman is a Care and Feeding columnist. Her books include The Middle of Everything: Memoirs of Motherhood and an advice book for children, A Girl’s Guide to Life.
Christopher Hitchens, who wrote the Fighting Words column until his death in 2011, is the author of many books, including the posthumously published Mortality. He also wrote Hitch-22: A Memoir; God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything; Thomas Jefferson: Author of America; Love, Poverty, and War: Journeys and Essays; Blood, Class, and Empire: The Enduring Anglo-American Relationship; A Long Short War: The Postponed Liberation of Iraq; and Why Orwell Matters.
Fred Kaplan is Slate’s War Stories columnist and the author, most recently, of The Bomb and Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War. He also wrote the Pulitzer Prize finalist and New York Times bestseller The Insurgents.
By Fred Kaplan. Simon & Schuster.
By Fred Kaplan. Simon & Schuster.
Dan Kois edits and writes for Slate’s human interest and culture departments and co-hosts the podcast Mom and Dad Are Fighting. He is a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine and was the founding editor of New York magazine’s Vulture blog. He also wrote a book about the Hawaiian musician Israel Kamakawiwo’ole called Facing Future.
By Dan Kois. Little, Brown and Company.
By Isaac Butler and Dan Kois. Bloomsbury USA.
Jason Johnson is the host of A Word. He is a political contributor at MSNBC, host at Sirius XM, politics writer at theGrio.com, and professor of politics and journalism at Morgan State University.
By Jason Johnson. Routledge.
Danny M. Lavery is the host of the Big Mood, Little Mood podcast and previously wrote Slate’s Dear Prudence column. He is the author of Texts From Jane Eyre and The Merry Spinster. His third book, Something That May Shock and Discredit You, is out now.
Josh Levin is Slate’s national editor and hosts the sports podcast Hang Up and Listen.
By Josh Levin. Little, Brown and Company.
By Dahlia Lithwick. Penguin Press.
Laura Miller is a books and culture columnist for Slate and the author of The Magician’s Book: A Skeptic’s Adventures in Narnia. She also co-edited The Salon.com Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Authors with Adam Begley.
Rebecca Onion is a Slate staff writer.
By Rebecca Onion. University of North Carolina Press.
Justin Peters is a Slate correspondent.
By Justin Peters. Scribner.
David Plotz is the CEO of Atlas Obscura, host of the Political Gabfest, and former editor in chief of Slate. He is the author, most recently, of Good Book: The Bizarre, Hilarious, Disturbing, Marvelous, and Inspiring Things I Learned When I Read Every Single Word of the Bible, based on his “Blogging the Bible” series for Slate.
Doyin Richards is a Care and Feeding columnist. He is a keynote speaker, a bestselling children’s author, founder of the Anti-Racism Fight Club, and a dad who focuses on making life easier for parents all over the world.
Amanda Ripley is the host of How To! She is an investigative journalist and a New York Times bestselling author. Her previous books include The Unthinkable and The Smartest Kids in the World. She also writes for the Atlantic, Politico, the Washington Post, and other outlets.
By Amanda Ripley. Simon & Schuster.
Mark Joseph Stern covers courts and the law for Slate.
Dana Stevens is Slate’s movie critic.
By Dana Stevens. Atria Books.
Seth Stevenson is a frequent contributor to Slate.
By Seth Stevenson. Riverhead Books.
Carl Wilson is Slate’s music critic.
By Carl Wilson. Continuum.