Ross Benes is the author of “The Sex Effect,” which Kirkus described as “a book marinated in provocative assertions that are certain to instigate debate and productive discussion” and best-selling author A.J. Jacobs called “Freakonomics without pants.” A reporter now at Digiday, Benes previously worked for Esquire and Deadspin, where he wrote about sex, sports, statistics, and pop culture. His work has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York magazine, Rolling Stone, Adweek, Quartz, Mental Floss, Business Insider, Salon, and Slate. A native of Nebraska, he now lives in Brooklyn.
David Moscovich is the Romanian-American author of a book of misadventures set in Southern Japan called You Are Make Very Important Bathtime (JEF Books) and more recently, LIFE+70[Redacted] (Lit Fest Press), a printed version of the most expensive literary e-book ever hacked. He edits Louffa Press and hosts the eXfoliation reading series in New York.