More About the Author
I write about the things that interest me, from the neurobiology of forgiveness to early childhood education. You can find my work in the New York Times Magazine, O, and many other publications. My latest book, BRAVE GIRL EATING: A FAMILY'S STRUGGLE WITH ANOREXIA, is part memoir, part science journalism; it recounts our family's efforts to help our oldest daughter recover from anorexia as well as exploring the latest research on eating disorders. I've edited two anthologies (FEED ME! and MR. WRONG), and have written other nonfiction books, including THE GOOD-BYE WINDOW: A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A DAY-CARE CENTER and THE BABYSITTER'S HANDBOOK. I teach magazine journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in Syracuse, New York. Find me on Twitter (@HarrietBrown) and Facebook.