Paul Raeburn is a journalist and blogger, and the author of Do Fathers Matter? The new science of fatherhood, to be published for Father’s Day, 2014 by Scientific American/FSG. A former science editor at The Associated Press and BusinessWeek, he is a past president of the National Association of Science Writers and the author of three previous books, including most recently Acquainted with the Night, a memoir of raising children with depression and bipolar disorder. He is also the author of the About Fathers blog at Psychology Today.
Raeburn is the recipient of numerous journalism awards and fellowships, including the Science and Society Award of the National Association of Science Writers, the AP Managing Editors Award for Excellence, the Grady-Stack award from the American Chemical Society, an honorary life membership from the scientific research society Sigma Xi, and the Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford.