Chris Colin is the author most recently of What to Talk About, as well as What Really Happened to the Class of '93 and Blindsight, named one of Amazon's Best Books of 2011. 

He’s written about chimp filmmakers, ethnic cleansing, George Bush’s pool boy, blind visual artists, solitary confinement, the Yelpification of the universe and more for the, the New York Times Magazine, the Atavist, Pop-Up Magazine, Outside, Wired, SmithsonianMother JonesMcSweeney’s and Afar, where he's a contributing writer.

He teaches writing at the San Francisco Writers' Grotto and was an early editor at Salon.