Dwight Garner Biography
Dwight Garner is a well-known American journalist and author currently working as a book critic for the New York Times. Prior to joining the New York Times, Dwight was working as the founding editor for Salon.com.
Dwight Garner Age
He was born on 8th January 1965, in Fairmont, West Virginia, in the United States of America. He is 57 years old.
Dwight Garner Height
Dwight is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (approx 1.8m).
Dwight Garner Family
Dwight was born in Fairmont, West VA, in the United Statesbut raised in Naples, Florida. Despite being a popular book critic, Dwight has been confidential about his private life that he has not disclosed his parents’ identity or whether he has any siblings.
Dwight Garner Education
He graduated with a degree in American Literature from Middlebury College. He wrote for The Village Voice book criticism during his time at Middlebury. Moreover, Dwight also worked for the Vanguard Press as a theater and music critic.
Dwight Garner Wife
Dwight is gladly hitched to his beloved wife named Cree LeFavour. Cree is is a native of Aspen, Colorado, in the United States of America, and an author of cookbooks. Dwight and Cree are proud parents of two kids, a daughter, and a son. The family lives in NYC.
Dwight Garner Salary
He receives an ample salary of $100,000 per annum. This is according to New York Times book critics’ salaries.
Dwight Garner’s Net Worth
Dwight Garner has amassed a good wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Dwight Garner Career
As of now, he works as a Book Critic for Nytimes. Before, he served atThe New York Times Book Review as a senior editor between 1999 to 2008. Before joining the New York Times, Dwight was working as a founding editor for Salon.com between 1995-1998. Moreover, Dwight’s work has also been featured in The New York Times Magazine, The Nation, The Times Literary Supplement, Slate, Boston Phoenix, Harper’s Magazine, etc.
Throughout his career as a journalist, he has also served as a writer for Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series while serving the program notes. While serving at New York Times, Dwight has also written American Beauties, a biweekly column for the NY Times. Furthermore, the column aimed at under-sung American books of the previous 75 years.
While he was still in college, Dwight also worked as a stringer for the New York Times. Immediately after completing his college education, he served as a reporter for The Addison Independent. Moreover, Dwight has also served at Boston Phoenix, Vermont Times, the Hungry Mind Review, and Harper’s Bazaar.