Anthony (A.M.) Daniels
Writer, Physician and Psychiatrist
Anthony (A.M.) Daniels is an English writer and retired physician (prison doctor and psychiatrist), who frequently uses the pen name Theodore Darlymple. He has written extensively on culture, art, politics, education, and medicine, both in Britain and overseas. Now retired from medicine, Dr. Daniels worked as a doctor and psychiatrist in Zimbabwe and Tanzania, and more recently at a prison and a public hospital in Birmingham, in central England. His columns frequently appear in The Spectator as well as in City Journal, a magazine published by the Manhattan Institute.