Marc Wortman is the author of "1941: Fighting the Shadow War," A Divided America in a World at War," The Millionaires’ Unit: The Aristocratic Flyboys Who Fought the Great War and Invented American Air Power" (2006), and "The Bonfire: The Siege and Burning of Atlanta" (2009). "The Millionaires’ Unit" is the basis for an award-winning documentary by Humanus Films. Recipient of Sigma Delta Chi, CASE feature writing and Daily Beast Long Reads awards, Marc has written feature articles for Vanity Fair, Smithsonian, Time and many other publications. He frequently contributes reviews and essays to The Daily Beast. Along the way, he was a columnist for the New Haven Register and senior editor at the Yale Alumni Magazine. He has spoken to audiences around the country and appeared on CNN, NPR, C-SPAN BookTV, the History Channel, and many other radio and television outlets. Marc was born in St. Louis and grew up in the Washington, DC, area. Following college at Brown University, he received a doctorate from Princeton University. He lives with his family in New Haven, Connecticut.