Nevin Martell has been writing about food, travel and culture for more than a decade and a half. His work has been published by the Washington Post, Travel + Leisure, Saveur, Fortune, NPR’s “The Salt” blog, Runner’s World, Culture, Wine Enthusiast, Punch, Food Republic, TravelChannel.com, Plate, Capitol File, Washington City Paper, Washington Post Express, Bethesda Magazine, Arlington Magazine and DC Modern Luxury.
He is the author of seven books, including It’s So Good: 100 Real Food Recipes for Kids, the memoir-misadventure Freak Show Without a Tent: Swimming with Piranhas, Getting Stoned in Fiji and Other Family Vacations, The Founding Farmers Cookbook: 100 Recipes for True Food & Drink, the small press smash Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip and Standing Small: A Celebration of 30 Years of the LEGO Minifigure.
When he’s not typing, dining out or procrastinating, Martell enjoys traveling, jogging, cooking, gardening, photography and falconing (Okay, that last one is a total lie, but it would be a cool hobby. Go, Mordecai!).