Gup, Ted ( - )

Genre: Non-Fiction

Award-winning journalist and author Ted Gup lives in Boston, MA and Bucksport, ME. He received his BA from Brandeis University and his JD from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. He was a Fulbright Scholar and has won the Gerald Loeb Award, the Worth Bingham Prize for investigative journalism, the George Polk Award for foreign reporting, and was a Pulitzer finalist, among other awards. He is a former staff writer for the Washington Post and Time Magazine. Currently, he is the chair of the journalism department at Emerson College.

Selected Bibliography

  • The Book of Honor: Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives (2001)

  • Nation of Secrets: The Threat to Democracy and the American Way of Life (2007)

  • A Secret Gift: How One Man's Kindness--and a Trove of Letters--Revealed the Hidden History of the Great Depression (2010)