Denver Nicks in January 2012
|Born||Denver Morrissey Nicks
c. 1985 (age 31–32)
Oklahoma, United States
|Residence||New York City, USA|
|Alma mater||Southern Methodist University
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Denver Morrissey Nicks (born c. 1985) is an American journalist, photographer and a staff writer for Time magazine. 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) and Hot Sauce Nation: America's Burning Obsession (2016).
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.
- Denver Nicks. "Denver Nicks". Time. Retrieved 1 November 2013.
- "Denver Nicks", This Land, access 4 May 2012. Also see:
- Petry, Adam et al. "HCN rocks with eTown", High Country News, accessed May 14, 2012.
- Miller, Michelle. "Private", CBS News, 26 April 2012; interview with Denver Nicks.
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