Christo­pher Nox­on is an author, jour­nal­ist and illustrator.

He’s the author of the nov­el Plus One, which Mad Men” cre­ator Matthew Wein­er called well-observed, hon­est, and laugh-out-loud fun­ny” and Reju­ve­nile: Kick­ball, Car­toons, Cup­cakes and the Rein­ven­tion of the Amer­i­can Grown Up, which Ira Glass, host of pub­lic radio’s This Amer­i­can Life, called an eye open­er.” The book was fea­tured in the Wall Street Jour­nal, USA Today, The New York Times, CNN’s In the Mon­ey,” NPR’s Talk of the Nation” and Com­e­dy Central’s The Col­bert Report.” As a jour­nal­ist, he has writ­ten for The New York­er, Details, The New York Times Mag­a­zineLos Ange­les Mag­a­zine, and Salon. He lives in Los Ange­les with his wife, tele­vi­sion writer/​producer Jen­ji Kohan, and their three children.

Christo­pher Nox­on is a jour­nal­ist and illus­tra­tor who has writ­ten for the New York­er, the Atlantic. Salon and the New York Times Mag­a­zine. He is the author of the nov­el Plus One about an inter­faith fam­i­ly in Hol­ly­wood, and the non­fic­tion Reju­ve­nile: Kick­ball Car­toons Cup­cakes and the Rein­ven­tion of the Amer­i­can Grown Up.