Newly appointed American Prospect executive editor David Dayen, who will be joining the magazine June 1, is a contributing writer to Salon. He also writes for The Intercept, The New Republic, and The Fiscal Times. His first book, Chain of Title, about three ordinary Americans who uncover Wall Street's foreclosure fraud, was released by The New Press in 2016.
Now largely owned by private equity firms, the big talent agencies have turned to producing films and shows—both representing and employing writers. That, say the writers, doesn’t work.David DayenApr 16, 2019
Warren’s creative breakthrough against corporate scofflawsDavid DayenApr 11, 2019
It looks like the post-NAFTA accord is going down. What then?David DayenApr 03, 2019
The House Financial Services Committee—long a landing place for pro-bank Democrats—now includes AOC and a flock of leftists. And Maxine Waters is its new chair.David DayenMar 27, 2019
Want to force presidential candidates to build a real, nationwide base of support? Then ditch the Electoral College.David DayenMar 27, 2019