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 Salon.com, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Boston Globe. Currently she is the literary editor for the East Bay Express, an alternative weekly newspaper. She is now married and resides in Berkeley, California.

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 well as off-beat travel books co-authored with her husband, Kristan Lawson.

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  • 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)

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