Megan Hogan, Associate Editor
Megan Hogan joined Simon & Schuster in 2014 after two years at a translation agency in Paris. A graduate of Princeton University, she enjoys badass and bizarre history, popular science, psychology, cultural criticism, literary journalism, and fiction that’s clever, quirky, voicey, and takes her somewhere she’s never been, with a soft spot for historical mysteries and thrillers. Across genres, she’s drawn to stories that are queer, dark (or darkly comic), and that make you change your mind. She is currently editing works of narrative nonfiction about the animal arms race between the zoos on either side of the Berlin Wall, the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and the quest to transplant the human soul.