Nate Hopper

Nate Hopper, former Ideas Editor of (ironically) Time and a regular contributor to The New Yorker, brings his reporting and research background to this masterful and fascinating investigation of what time is, has been, and will be. This past September, his groundbreaking New Yorker piece “The Thorny Problem of Keeping the Internet’s Time” about the how the internet keeps (and fails to keep) the time, was a sensation, and now it has evolved into The Time: A Biography of the One Thing We All Agree On. 

On behalf of Spiegel & Grau

Books by Nate Hopper