Ross McCammon

Ross McCammon has been a senior editor at Esquire magazine since 2005, where he’s responsible for the magazine’s coverage of pop culture, drinking, cars, and etiquette. He has edited Esquire’s “Dubious Achievement Awards” and the long-running annual feature “The Best Bars in America,” writes the monthly feature “The Rules,” and is a frequent contributor to the magazine’s back-page humor section “This Way Out.” For three years he has been the business etiquette columnist at Entrepreneur magazine. His humour has been collected in Created in Darkness by Troubled Americans: The Best of McSweeney’s Humor Category, edited by Dave Eggers. He lives in Westchester County, New York, with his wife and son.

Titles by Ross McCammon

  • THE IMPOSTOR'S HANDBOOK: THE RULES OF SUCCESS FOR THOSE OF US WHO HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO PLAY THE GAME