David MichaelisDavid Tead Michaelis (born October 3, 1957) is an American writer since the late 1970s. As a biographer, Michealis wrote about N.C. Wyeth, Charles Schulz and Eleanor Roosevelt. He won the 1999 Ambassador Book Award in the Autobiography and Biography category with ''N.C. Wyeth: A Biography'' and was nominated for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography in 2021 with ''Eleanor''. With his non-fiction works, Michaelis also co-wrote John Aristotle Phillips's biography and solely wrote about male friendship.
Outside of non-fiction, Michaelis released the 1989 fiction book titled ''Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl''. Apart from literature, Michaelis edited ''The Paris Review'' in the 1970s. The following decade, he wrote for ''Manhattan, inc.'' and volunteered with the New York City Police Department. Provided by Wikipedia