Drew Magary

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Drew Magary is an American[1] columnist, interviewer, Chopped winner, and book author. He attended Colby College where he studied broadcasting. He wrote the novel The Postmortal (End Specialist in the UK) about a cure for aging and Someone Could Get Hurt about parenting in the 21st century.[2] He is a regular contributor for GQ magazine. Magary interviewed Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson for GQ and the article became widely covered for Robertson's comments.[3] Magary has written for Deadspin, NBC, Maxim and the NFL humor site Kissing Suzy Kolber. He has also been published in Rolling Stone, Comedy Central, New York, ESPN, Yahoo!, Playboy, The Wire, The Atlantic and Penthouse.[1][4][5]

The Postmortal was nominated for a Philip K. Dick Award in 2011 and The End Specialist was nominated for an Arthur C. Clarke Award.


  1. ^ a b Hater's Guide to the World Cup Deadspin
  2. ^ The Softer Side of Drew Magary; The Internet's ranter-in-chief discusses his new book about parenthood, "Someone Could Get Hurt" by Tierney Sneed May 20, 2013 USNews
  3. ^ Drew Magary GQ
  4. ^ What I Read Drew Magary The Wire
  5. ^ Drew Magary The Atlantic

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