Gideon Lewis-Kraus is a writer and journalist based in Brooklyn.
Early Life and Education
Gideon is originally from Watchung, New Jersey and graduated from the Pingry School. Gideon completed his undergraduate education at Stanford University. He was a Fullbright scholar in 2007-2008 and spent his year in Berlin.
Gideon mainly writes content about reportage and criticism. He is the author of the digressive travel memoir A Sense of Direction as well as the Kindle Single No Exit. is a writer at large at the New York Times Magazine, a contributing editor at Harper's Magazine, and a contributing writer at Wired Magazine.Gideon co-edited, with Arnie Eisen, Philip Rieff's Sacred Order/Social Order III, and edited Richard Rorty's Philosophy as Cultural Politics.