David B. Seaburn has written five novels, the most recent being More More Time (2015). His novel, Charlie No Face (2011), was a Finalist for the National Indie Excellence Award in General Fiction (2011). Seaburn is a regular contributor of personal essays to The Psychotherapy Networker magazine. He also writes a blog for Psychology Today magazine entitled, Going Out Not Knowing. As a medical family therapist and psychologist, Seaburn was an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at URMC for twenty years where he directed the Family Therapy Training Program (Psychiatry) and the Psychosocial Medicine Rotation (Family Medicine). During his academic career, Seaburn published over sixty articles and book chapters, as well as two books.