Bruce Feirstein is a screenwriter and journalist, well known for his contributions to the James Bond franchise. His 007 writing includes the screenplays for GoldenEye (1995), where he introduced Judi Dench as M, Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), and The World Is Not Enough (1999), along with the scripts for five James Bond video games. In journalism, he is a long-time contributing editor at Vanity Fair, worked as an editorial writer for The New York Times, and was one of the first contributing editors at Spy Magazine. He currently contributes to the Wall Street Journal. His first book, Real Men Don’t Eat Quiche, was a New York Times best seller. He began his career writing political and corporate advertising, for which he won 11 Clio awards and three One-Show Golden Pencils.