THE DEADLINE EFFECT
SELECTED MAGAZINE STORIES
CALIFORNIA'S DAMS AT RISK
A look into the climate future of the state, including some information that California and federal officials wanted to hide. Click here to listen to the version from The Daily. (New York Times Magazine)
I interviewed epidemiologists, mathematicians, and physicists to determine the answer to a life-or-death question: What's the best way to prioritize a vaccination campaign? (Wired)
They’re an elite unit trained to tackle earthquakes, hurricanes, and other catastrophes. They're never harried or anxious or unprepared. And they can teach us a lot about getting things done with speed and style. (GQ)
BIO AND CONTACT
Christopher Cox has written about politics, business, books, and science for The New York Times Magazine, GQ, Harper’s, Wired, and Slate. In 2020, he was named a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT and a visiting scholar at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. He was formerly the chief editor of Harper’s Magazine and executive editor of GQ, where he worked on stories that won the Pulitzer Prize, the PEN Literary Award for Journalism, and multiple National Magazine Awards. Cox lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Georgia, and their two daughters.
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