Anneli Rufus

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Anneli Rufus is an award-winning[1] American journalist and author.[2]

Born in Los Angeles, California, she first went to college in Santa Barbara, then to the University of California, Berkeley. Rufus earned an English degree and became a journalist. She has written for many publications, including, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Boston Globe.

Rufus is the author of many books, including The Scavengers' Manifesto (2009), The Farewell Chronicles: How We Really Respond to Death (2005) and Party of One: The Loners' Manifesto (2002).


As contributor[edit]

  • The Party Girl Cookbook (2002) ISBN 0-7858-1564-3 (contributor)
  • Roar Softly and Carry a Great Lipstick: 28 Women Writers on Life, Sex, and Survival (2004) ISBN 1-930722-38-9 (contributor)
  • Not Like I'm Jealous or Anything: The Jealousy Book (2006) ISBN 0-385-73317-8 (contributor)
  • The Secret Lives of Lawfully Wedded Wives: 27 Women Writers on Love, Infidelity, Sex Roles, Race, Kids, and More (2006) ISBN 1-930722-63-X (contributor)
  • Alone in the Kitchen with an Eggplant (2007) ISBN 1-59448-947-5 (contributor)