David Dillon is the architecture critic for the Dallas Morning News and the author of six previous books, including Dallas Architecture: 1936-1986, The FDR Memorial, and Extending the Legacy: Planning America's Capital for the Twenty-First Century. He holds an MA and a Ph.D. from Harvard University, where he was a Loeb Fellow in the Graduate School of Design. He currently divides his time between Dallas and Amherst, Massachusetts.
David Dillon currently resides in Callas, in the state of Texas. David Dillon was born in 1941.