Adam Gopnik is the author of The New Yorker with contributions to works of fiction and nonfiction, memoirs and criticism. gopnik lives in New York with his child and wife. A Canadian man born August 24, 1956 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA earned his BA at McGill University and completed his postgraduate studies at the New York University Institute of Fine Arts.
Gopnik is also an academic at McGill University, as a professor. He began his career in the writing world in 1986 by joining The New Yorker.
In 1995, he was sent to Paris by The New Yorker for the task of writing a Journal about Paris. The journal which finally became the New York Times bestseller “Paris to The Moon” published by Random House. With his success in the field of writing, he managed to receive many awards. As the most invited guest on Charlie Rose, he was given the National Magazine Awards for writing, Criticsm, and the George Polk Award for Magazine Reports. In addition, Gopnik is an 11-year Evening Award recipient from the Westport Public Library’s Booked.
Bachelor of Arts, McGill University
Postgraduate, New York University Institute of Fine Arts
Staff writer, The New Yorker
The author of the Paris to The Moon essay collection
Professor, McGill University
Contributor, The Daily McGill
Full Name: Adam Gopnik
Place of Birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Date of Birth: Friday, August 24, 1956
Child: Luke, Olivia