Senior Editor, Features
Jersey boy Eric Wills grew up in East Windsor and was an undergraduate at Princeton before making the big move to Manhattan, where he got his master’s in journalism at Columbia University. Eric has written about architecture, archaeology, and urbanism for publications such as Smithsonian and Preservation; he worked as an editor for the latter prior to joining the ARCHITECT team. One of Eric’s stories for Preservation, “Field of Forgotten Dreams,” about a Negro League baseball stadium in Paterson, N.J., was cited in Best American Essays 2010.
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