David Wolman is a nonfiction author and a contributing editor at�Wired. He has also written for publications including the�New York Times,�Wall Street Journal,�Nature,�Outside�and�Time, and his work has been anthologized in the�Best American Science Writing�series. His long-form feature about revolutionaries in Egypt, “The Instigators,” was nominated for a 2012 National Magazine Award for reporting, and his recent profile of a counterfeiter won an Outstanding Feature Writing award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors.Wolman’s latest book,�The End of Money,�is a globetrotting exploration of a topic that many readers have always taken for granted: the cash in their pockets.�The book has “gonzo brilliance,” says�The Guardian, and Amazon editors selected it�for their best nonfiction list of 2012.�David is a former Fulbright journalism fellow in Japan and graduate of Stanford's journalism program, and his previous books are�A Left-Hand Turn Around the World�and�Righting the Mother Tongue.
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