Brock Brower

About Brock Brower
Brock Brower - A graduate of Dartmouth College, Harvard Law School, and Oxford University's Merton College, Brock Brower was a Rhodes Scholar who has won the O. Henry Prize for short stories, an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Guggenheim Fellowship. The writer-producer of television's 3-2-1-Contact! and ABC's 20/20, he also served as an adviser to the Ford Foundation. He has served in various Washington-based consultancies and coauthored Putting America's House in Order. He has also written extensively for Esquire, LIFE, The New York Times Magazine, The Smithsonian Magazine, Reader's Digest, Civilization, and Harper's. Brower was a professor of journalism at Dartmouth College, has taught at various writers' conferences, and was the write-in-residence at Princeton University. Among his eight published books are Other Loyalties: A Politics of Personality; Putting America's House in Order: The Nations as a Family; and his novels—Debris, The Late Great Creature, and Blue Dog, Green River. He and his wife currently live in southern California.