A British-born writer who spent years living out of luxury hotels and soaking his liver in booze.” – THE DAILY BEAST
Paul Bradley Carr has written more than a dozen books, including The Upgrade (“A testament to the virtues of debauchery… uproarious and brilliant.” – WIRED), Bringing Nothing To The Party (“Utterly endearing. Completely addictive reading.” – PAPERBACK CHOICE, THE PRESS ASSOCIATION ), and Sober Is My New Drunk. (“For a cautionary tale, everybody cites Paul Bradley Carr.” – THE SUNDAY TIMES)
His weekly “Not Safe For Work” column appeared in the Guardian. He has also written for the Wall Street Journal, The Sunday Times, Private Eye, The Daily Telegraph, National Geographic, Huffington Post, and countless other publications on both sides of the Atlantic.
“Carr has made a reputation as one of the feistiest writers on the beat. His [public] spats are legendary, as are his bust-ups with former employers including Arianna Huffington and AOL.” – THE GUARDIAN
He has written for television (Channel 4), and radio (the BBC), and for two years was host of the nightly NSFWLIVE radio show (“a fun and wildly popular restbite from nightmarishly boring podcasts…” – THE NEW YORK OBSERVER)
“The columnist [and] enfant terrible has been summarily sacked from practically every outfit he’s worked for, including companies he started.” – ZDNET
Paul is represented by Robert Kirby at United Agents in London, and Jim Levine at Levine Greenberg Rostan in New York.
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“The Tarantino of the confessional memoir.” – JOHN MITCHINSON, CO-FOUNDER, UNBOUND
“Like James Bond, Paul symbolises a freedom man would sell his own sister to achieve.” – LOADED MAGAZINE
“There’s no denying that he’s an idiotic, irresponsible chancer – qualities that make him an unpredictable travel companion, but put his story-telling skills in first class.” – SCOTTISH DAILY RECORD
“Paul Carr makes me want to vomit for all the right reasons.” – MIL MILLINGTON, AUTHOR, THINGS MY GIRLFRIEND AND I HAVE ARGUED ABOUT
“Commenting on Paul Carr is beneath my dignity. He’s absurd.” – MATT TAIBBI