Books by Dana Adam Shapiro

Dana Adam Shapiro is a former senior editor at Spin and a founder of Icon, and has written for Spin, the New York Times Magazine, Boston, Maxim, and other publications. His first film, Murderball, a documentary he codirected about quadriplegic rugby playe


ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: Sept. 4, 2012

"Tedious and imperceptive."
A filmmaker attempts to understand why so many marriages fail by interviewing survivors of divorce. Read full book review >
THE EVERY BOY by Dana Adam Shapiro
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 13, 2005

"Shapiro's narration is deadpan, affectless: he gives the same weight to curious anatomical facts about humans and jellies as he does to the vagaries of relationships. It may be an unhappy equivalence for fiction lovers."
Dad is into jellyfish. Mom is into ants. And the couple's only child is found dead on a Boston beach. Read full book review >