Joel Drucker    

Joel Drucker writes about sports, business, and popular culture for a variety of print an broadcast media, including Forbes FYI, People, ESPN, Los Angeles Magazine, Men's Journal, and Cigar Aficionado. One of the world's leading tennis writers, he's a contributing editor for Tennis Magazine and one of only three American writers on the International Tennis Hall of Fame's Enshrinee Nominating Committee. Tennis notables he's interviewed range from Billie Jean King and Jack Kramer to Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, Andy Roddick and Maria Sharapova.

Born in New York City, he was raised in Los Angeles and currently resides with his wife, Joan Edwards, in Oakland, California.


THE YEAR SPORTS WENT TECHNICOLOR: 1968 and the Transformation of American Sports. Narrative history by the author of Jimmy Connors Saved My Life.