Paul Tullis has been writing and editing features for award-winning magazines for more than a dozen years. His work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Businessweek, Columbia Journalism Review, Fast Company, Salon, Scientific American Mind, Sierra, Bon Appétit, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Mademoiselle, McSweeney's and Mcsweeneys.net, Men's Journal, Might, Pacific Standard, New York, New York Daily News, The New Yorker, Marketplace, NPR's "Morning Edition," Psychology Today, Radar, Vibe and Wired, among others; more of it can be viewed at paultullis.net. He formerly blogged at True/Slant. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, who is a policy analyst and early childhood educator, and their two daughters, aged 8 and 4. Follow him at twitter.com/ptullis.