Patricia Raybon's Bio:
In addition to Tyndale's I Told the Mountain to Move, Patricia Raybon is the author of the critically acclaimed My First White Friend, which won a Christopher Award and a Books for a Better Life Award. An associate professor of journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Raybon began her career as a city desk reporter at The Denver Post and won national awards for feature writing at the Rocky Mountain News in Denver. She has been published in USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, The New York Times Magazine, Newsweek and several other newspapers and magazines. Raybon’s essays have aired on National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition and she has been a guest on national and local television shows including NBC’s Today. Raybon and her husband, J. Daniel, have two grown daughters and two grandchildren. They live in Colorado.