Matthew Chapman

Matthew Chapman was born in Cambridge, England. He came to America in the 80s and has lived here ever since, first in Los Angeles, then, for the last ten years, in New York. He writes and directs films but also works as a journalist and author. He has written for Harpers Magazine, Huffington Post, and National Geographic among others. His second book, "40 Days and 40 Nights - Darwin, Intelligent Design, God, OxyContin, and Other Oddities On Trial in Pennsylvania" was published by Harper/Collins. It tells the story of a small town ripped apart when fundamentalism and science came in conflict and was described by Christopher Hitchens as "A book that restores faith - but faith in culture and free inquiry." He also wrote "Trials Of The Monkey - An Accidental Memoir". Published by Picador, it is an account of the Scopes Trial told in the form of a road trip Chapman took to the Tennessee town where the trial took place, along with a memoir of his childhood growing up as a descendant of Charl

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