Douglas Preston

New Yorker Magazine

Douglas Preston has published thirty-six books of both nonfiction and fiction, of which thirty have been New York Times bestsellers. He writes about archaeology and anthropology for the New Yorker Magazine, and he worked as an editor at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and taught nonfiction writing at Princeton University. He currently serves as President of the Authors Guild, the nation’s oldest and largest association of professional authors and journalists.