I'm a deputy editor at ESPN.com, where I split my time between editing features and writing them. When I'm not writing about sports, I'm writing for places like The New Yorker, GQ, or The Wall Street Journal. My first book, The Saboteur, was a No. 1 bestseller on Amazon and optioned for a film by DreamWorks. My podcast, Now That's a Great Story, is all about how the world's best writers tell their favorites stories. I live in Connecticut with my wife, my mother-in-law, three children, and three old but still spunky pugs.
Season (One) Greeting
DECEMBER 23, 2019
I talk about why I've decided to switch the podcast from a weekly format to a seasonal one. See you in 2020!
Episode 30: Kevin Alexander
november 25, 2019
James Beard Award winner Kevin Alexander talks with Paul Kix about the boozy and crazy story of Gabriel Rucker, the Portland chef at the heart of Kevin's book, Burn The Ice.
Episode 29: After Show
november 21, 2019
Paul Kix is asking his listeners a single question—and he wants your answers!