Denver Nicks

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Denver Nicks
photograph
Denver Nicks, January 2012
Born c. 1985 (age 30–31)
Oklahoma, United States
Residence New York City, USA
Citizenship United States
Fields Journalism
Alma mater Southern Methodist University
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

Denver Morrissey Nicks (born c. 1985) is a U.S. journalist and photographer and a staff writer for Time (New York City).[1] Nicks' work has appeared in The Nation, The Huffington Post, This Land, and The Daily Beast. He is the author of Private: Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks, and the Biggest Exposure of Official Secrets in American History (2012).[2]

Nicks is a native of Oklahoma. He currently resides in New York.

He holds a bachelor's degree in political science and international studies from Southern Methodist University in 2007, and a master's from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2010.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Denver Nicks. "Denver Nicks". Time (magazine). Retrieved 1 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Denver Nicks", This Land, access 4 May 2012.
    • Also see Nicks, Denver. Private: Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks, and the Biggest Exposure of Official Secrets in American History. Chicago Review Press, 2012, ISBN 978-1613740682.
  3. ^ Petry, Adam et al. "HCN rocks with eTown", High Country News, accessed May 14, 2012.

Further reading[edit]

  • Miller, Michelle. "Private", CBS News, 26 April 2012; interview with Denver Nicks.