Daniel Raeburn is the author of “Chris Ware”, a book of art criticism, and “Vessels”, a memoir. His essays have also appeared in The New Yorker, The Baffler, Tin House, and in The Imp, his series of booklets about underground cartoonists. He’s been awarded fellowships from the McDowell Colony, the Vermont Studio Center, the Howard Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. He and his wife and daughters live in Chicago, where he teaches nonfiction writing at the University of Chicago

1 Playroom Special Guest Host Jason Dukes of Captains Chair Coaching talks with guest Daniel Raeburn about creating his relationship that was made up of two individuals both from households of divorced parents.
2 Playroom Special Guest Host Jason Dukes of Captains Chair Coaching talks with guest Daniel Raeburn about the pregnancy and ultimately the stillbirth of their daughter Irene
3 Playroom Special Guest Host Jason Dukes of Captains Chair Coaching talks with guest Daniel Raeburn about the aftermath of the stillbirth for him, his wife, and the marriage.
4 Playroom Special Guest Host Jason Dukes of Captains Chair Coaching talks with guest Daniel Raeburn about the resources available men and couples that go through the tragedy of losing a child.