Mark Rozzo graduated from Swarthmore College, began his career at The New Yorker, and was a National Arts Journalism fellow at Columbia University. He is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair (where he was previously deputy editor) and was a columnist at The Los Angeles Times Book Review.
His reporting, essays, and reviews —on art, design, architecture, literary culture, popular music, and food—have appeared in The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Oxford American, The Washington Post, Esquire, Vogue, Architectural Digest, Galerie, Town & Country, BookForum, and Air Mail, among other publications.
He has released albums with various bands and has created music for TV and films (including Sidney Lumet’s Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead) and soundtracks for Audible.com. He teaches nonfiction writing at Columbia and lives in New York City with his family. Everybody Thought We Were Crazy (Ecco Press, 2022) is his first book.
Everybody Thought We Were Crazy (Ecco Press, 2022)