Scott Carney is an award-winning investigative journalist and anthropologist whose stories blend narrative non-fiction with ethnography. His reporting has taken him to some of the most dangerous and unlikely corners of the world. He is the author of three other books, including The Red Market, The Enlightenment Trap and New York Times bestseller What Doesn’t Kill Us. He was a contributing editor at Wired, and other works of his have appeared in Outside, Mother Jones, NPR, Playboy, Foreign Policy, Details Discover, Men’s Journal, Men’s Fitness and Fast Company. His books are available throughout the world in at least 20 languages. He lives in Denver with his wife, Laura, and a couple of cats. Together they run a tiny media company called Foxtopus Ink. You can find more of his writing at scottcarney.com.