Rob Wilder at home in Santa Fe, NM with his children Poppy, 9, and London, 4.

Robert Wilder is the author of a novel, NICKEL, and two critically acclaimed books of essays: Tales From The Teachers’ Lounge and Daddy Needs a Drink, both optioned for television and film. He has published essays in Newsweek, Details, Salon, Parenting, Creative Nonfiction, Working Mother and elsewhere. He has been a commentator for NPR’s Morning Edition, The Madeleine Brand show, and On Point and other national and regional radio programs. Wilder’s column, also titled “Daddy Needs A Drink,” was printed monthly in the Santa Fe Reporter for close to a decade. He was awarded the 2009 Innovations in Reading Prize by the National Book Foundation. Wilder has lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, for over twenty years.

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Credit for the website: Photos courtesy of Jennifer Esperanza, Augusten Burroughs, Esha Chiocchio, and Gene Aker. Background image on home page by Garret Vreeland. Cool images on the home page by Danae Falliers.