Rosecrans Baldwin is the author of You Lost Me There (The New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice), Paris, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down (GQ’s Best Books of of the Year), and The Last Kid Left (NPR's Best Books of the Year). His next book, a work of creative nonfiction about Los Angeles County, is forthcoming from MCD x Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
As a magazine writer, Rosecrans is a frequent contributor to GQ. His work has appeared in a variety of other titles, including Esquire, Men’s Journal, Travel + Leisure, AFAR, Saveur, Bon Appétit, and Town & Country. Several features have been selected as notable essays in the Best American Essays collections, and he was a finalist for a James Beard Award in Journalism. Rosecrans has written opinion pieces for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Guardian, as well as Buzzfeed, Salon, and Slate. He created and wrote the "Digital Ramble" column for The New York Times T Magazine and the "Confidential" column for Centurion, a magazine for American Express "Black Card" members. (Rosecrans is not a "Black Card" member.) In 1999, he co-founded the online 'zine The Morning News with publisher Andrew Womack, and continues to help oversee the Rooster, aka the Tournament of Books.
Rosecrans also works as half of a screenwriting team with his wife Rachel Knowles. Together they’ve written original film and television scripts and stories for Atlas Entertainment, Gran Via Productions, Avalon Television, Assembly Entertainment, and CBS Studios.
A MacDowell fellow, Rosecrans has taught fiction writing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, nonfiction writing at Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies, and he was an author-in-residence at Miami Dade College’s Miami Writers Institute. He has nothing to do with his Wikipedia entry.