Devin Gordon is contributing writer for a number of publications, including The New York Times Magazine, ESPN the Magazine, GQ, The Atlantic and The Guardian. He is also working on a book about the Mets and the fine art of being terrible for HarperCollins, due out in summer 2020. Prior to his switch back to writing in early 2018, Gordon was executive editor at GQ Magazine, where his duties included leading cover projects, overseeing culture and sports coverage, and editing several of the magazine’s featured correspondents and staff writers. He spent eight years at GQ, after 12 years as a writer and editor at Newsweek. In 2013, an article he edited by GQ correspondent Chris Heath, about a private zoo massacre in Zanesville, Ohio, won the National Magazine Award for excellence in reporting. Gordon lives in New York City with his wife, two kids and their dog. She’s a good doggie.