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CHARLES GRAEBER is an award-winning journalist, a New York Times bestselling author He is also  freelance anything interesting, and thus serves as a futurist advisor and consultant for medical, technological, gaming and creative projects, as an executive producer for documentary and scripted films, and is a frequent media guest and keynote speaker at professional conferences and fundraisers. 


His work has appeared in publications including The New Yorker, Elk, New York Magazine, GQ, Outside, Bloomberg Business week, The New York Times, National Geographic Adventure, American Cowboy, Vogue, Men's Journal, Details, The Cambodia Daily, The Phnom Penh Post, The Budapest Sun, The Guardian, The Nantucket Beacon, Boston Magazine, Kidney International, MIT Technology Review,  NASCAR Magazine and Wired, for which is a Contributing Editor.  


His work has been  honored with An Overseas Press Club award for Outstanding International Journalism, a New York Press Club prize, an American Poet's Prize (2nd), and  several National Magazine Award nominations for feature writing, and anthologized in collections including The Best American Crime Writing, The Best American Science Writing, The Best of Technology WritingThe Best American Business Writing, Flights of Imagination: Extraordinary Writing About BirdsThe Best of 10 Years of National Geographic Adventure, The Best of 20 years of Wired, and The Best American Magazine Writing , as selected by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) and the Columbia University School of Journalism. He also won the Nantucket Sandcastle Competition with his father and untold bets pens and keys on his own. ​


His book The Breakthrough; Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer  was supported by a fellowship by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and was shortlisted for the Medical Book of the Year by the  British Medical Association. The science it describes was subsequently awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology. His Edgar Award-nominated book The Good Nurse  was a Goodreads Choice "Nonfiction Book of the Year" nominee adapted into a Netflix feature film starring Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne.  Graeber still hopes that a fuller justice will be served for the victims of Charles Cullen and those who sheilded him.


He serves on boards including those of The Overseas Press Club of America and Building Markets, an international nonprofit dedicated to empowering refugees from war, poverty and persecution.  He also and mostly does other stuff. 

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