James Gleick

James Gleick is our leading chronicler of science and modern technology. His first book, Chaos, a National Book Award finalist, has been translated into 25 languages. His bestselling biographies, Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman and Isaac Newton, were shortlisted for the Pulitzer Prize. The Information was seven years in the making. Gleick divides his time between New York and Florida.

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James Gleick, James McPhee, Tracy Kidder, and Henry Petroski belong to the Pantheon of Great American Writers, the subbranch dedicated to Science, Engineering, and Invention.