Matthew Daddona is an editor at Dey Street Books where he focuses on nonfiction in the categories of sports, music, humor, pop culture, and memoir. He began his career at Blue Rider/Plume, an imprint of Penguin Random House. At Dey Street, he acquired and edited the Indie bestseller The Trump Survival Guide and edited Bruce Dickinson’s What Does This Button Do?, an instant New York Times bestseller. His recent and forthcoming titles include NBA Hall-of-famer Ray Allen’s From the Outside, a New York Times bestseller; Twilight of the Gods, music critic Steven Hyden’s look at the decline of classic rock; Springfield Confidential, a humorous look at the making of The Simpsons from the longest-employed head writer on the show; and Lands of Last Borders, a literary memoir from one of Canada’s most esteemed adventurers. Matthew is also a writer of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, and is the co-host of a Manhattan-based reading series called "Kill Genre." He lives in Brooklyn with his girlfriend and their cat, Arugula Mae Bear.