|Contributor since:||October 2009|
|Location:||New York City|
Paul Raeburn is a journalist, author and blogger whose stories have appeared recently in The Huffington Post, The New York Times Magazine, Scientific American, and Psychology Today, among others.
He is the author, most recently, of Acquainted with the Night, a memoir of raising children with depression and bipolar disorder. His next book is Why Fathers Matter, to be published in 2010 by Simon & Schuster. Raeburn is a former science editor at Business Week and The Associated Press.
My Current Project
My new book, Why Fathers Matter, to be published by Simon & Schuster in 2011.
How I Pay For This Wardrobe
You've seen my wardrobe, and you're still asking?
My Other Website
What I'm Currently Addicted To...
My new Kindle.
This Is Annoying Me...
Blind adherence to rules, and unwillingness to use judgment to break them when it's wise to do so.
This Is Making Me Worry...
The delay in health care reform, and the hypocrisy, generally, in Washington.
This Is Bringing Me Joy...
My family, of course.
I'm Running From...
Magazine assignments in which I have to teach editors how to do their jobs.
This Is Helping Me Create...
Feedback on my work from my wife and best editor, Elizabeth.
This Is Making Me Think - Hard...
Working on my new book, Why Fathers Matter.
This Makes My Teeth Itch
Getting ready for the tax man.
Can't Do Without
My new Macbook. Why didn't I make this switch years ago?
T.S. Eliot, E.A. Poe, R. Frost, G. M. Hopkins, F. Sinatra, E. Fitzgerald, L. Armstrong, M. Davis, P. Simon...and more.
My Most Awkward Moment
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My Secret Ambition