Doug Magee is a writer, photographer, and filmmaker living in New York's East Harlem. He is a graduate of Amherst College and Union Theological Seminary. He has had a decidedly checkered career. Doug worked as a freelance photojournalist for a number of years and was published in many major magazines and newspapers, including a New York Times front page photo of violence in Portugal. He is the author of "Slow Coming Dark", a book of interviews with death row inmates, and "What Murder Leaves Behind", profiles of families of murder victims. In addition, he has written three children's books. His films include the HBO movie "Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture" and the Showtime movie "Beyond the Call". He is married to Mary Hedahl, the director of development at Human Rights First. The eldest of his three sons, Tim Magee, an associate professor at Westchester Community College, is married to Julie Tant Magee and they are the parents of William and Natalie. Joey Magee is in his first year at Oberlin College. Jackson Magee is a junior at Bard High School Early College. All three sons are left handed. "Never Wave Goodbye", his first novel, was published in June 2010. His second novel, "Darkness All Around", was published in October, 2011, and will be out in paperback on June 19, 2012.