Kevin Roose is a writer at New York magazine, where he cover business and technology for the magazine and the Daily Intelligencer blog.
Before that, Kevin Roose worked at The New York Times, where he covered Wall Street and the culture of finance for the paper and for DealBook, the Times‘ financial news site.
He wrote Young Money, a new book about the world of young Wall Street bankers. My last book, The Unlikely Disciple, a memoir of the semester Kevin Roose spent undercover at Jerry Falwell’s ultra-evangelical Liberty University, was published in 2009.
In previous lives, He’s worked as a tennis-camp counselor, a juice bar barista, and a Biblical slave for a bestselling author. (Long story.) He has also written for magazines like GQ, Esquire, ESPN: The Magazine, and SPIN. Time put my Twitter feed on a list, and Vanity Fair said something nice about my dog once.