Arvind Dilawar is a writer and editor originally from Queens, New York, who currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. His articles, interviews and essays on everything from historical Governor’s Island to smoking DMT have appeared on many popular venues, including The Atlantic’s website, Gothamist, Thought Catalog, Bullett Media and Street Carnage, where he served as editor for two years. As an editor, he has worked with writers like Lesley Arfin, Trace Crutchfield, Jim Goad, Paul Kwiatkowski and others. He has edited many short stories and essays by Kwiatkowksi, including his forthcoming novel, And Every Day was Overcast. He additionally helped copy-edit McInnes’ book Street Boners: 1,764 Hipster Fashion Jokes.