Stephen Gallup has worked for many years as a technical writer. His greatest strength is in sorting through complex and often confusing subjects to expose the basic issues involved, and to show why those issues are important. In addition to his award-winning memoir, What About the Boy? , Steve has written a screenplay, short stories, numerous well-received essays, and even a poem or two.
When not writing, Steve has attempted, with remarkably limited success, to learn how to play the violin and speak Chinese. He enjoy more...
What About the Boy? A Father's Pledge to His Disabled Son
A bridge from facts to fiction
Do writers really need a back end?
Primal wilderness ramblings from Taiwan
Save time, save money, save your kid
The power of words
What have I learned from hardship?
What might have been
What we do for our kids
When doctors get it wrong