Adam Chandler is a journalist and author based in New York.
Adam Chandler is a journalist and author based in New York. A former staff writer at The Atlantic, his work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, WIRED, Vox, Slate, New York Magazine, Texas Monthly, Esquire, TIME, and elsewhere.
Chandler is the author of Drive-Thru Dreams: A Journey Through the Heart of America's Fast-Food Kingdom,(Flatiron/Macmillan), which was named an NPR Favorite Book of the Year, an Amazon Best Book of the Year, and a Smithsonian Best Food Book of the Year.
His second book, 99% Perspiration, is about the role and reach of work in American life and will be published by Pantheon Books (Penguin/RandomHouse) in 2024.
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Drive-Thru Dreams examines American culture, history, and identity through the prism of fast food.
New York Times
Nothing Can Replace the Bodega
How a Shadow Army of Ghost Kitchens Took Over America’s Restaurants
The Best Money
I Ever Spent
What I Saw as a
2020 Census Worker
Uber, Taxi Cabs, and the Limits of Digital Disruption
The Washington Post
Let’s Politicize the