What would you do if you had a little child who cried constantly and wasn't achieving the usual developmental milestones?
Stephen Gallup has worked for many years as a technical writer. His greatest strength is in sorting through complex and often confusing subjects to expose the basic issues involved, and to show why those issues are important. In addition to his award-winning memoir, What About the Boy?, Steve has written a screenplay, short stories, numerous well-received essays, and even a poem or two.
When not writing, Steve has attempted, with remarkably limited success, to learn how to play the violin and speak Chinese. He enjoys listening to music, seeing new places, and bragging about his amazing kids. He blogs at fatherspledge.com.
Best Unpublished Memoir (2007) - San Diego Book Awards
Best Biography/Memoir (2011) - San Diego Book Awards