Hamilton Cain is a former finalist for a National Magazine Award and the author of a memoir, This Boy’s Faith: Notes from a Southern Baptist Childhood, praised as “thoughtful, leisurely” by the Boston Globe and lauded by the New York Times Book Review: “Cain excels at portraying the confusing miasma of childhood . . . his prose complements this delicate inquiry, simultaneously exhibiting grace and exactitude.” He has reviewed fiction and nonfiction for O, the Oprah Magazine; the Minneapolis Star-Tribune; Barnes & Noble Review; and San Francisco Chronicle, with forthcoming pieces in the New York Times Book Review and Boston Globe. A member of the National Book Critics Circle, he lives with his wife and three sons in Brooklyn, New York.