His weekly Not Safe For Work column appeared in the Guardian. He served as contributing editor at TechCrunch and editor of Pando. He has also written for the Wall Street Journal, The Daily Telegraph (London), The Times, National Geographic, and Private Eye.
Paul founded the news magazine NSFWCORP, and co-founded book publishing house The Friday Project.
He is represented by Jim Levine at LGR (NY) and Robert Kirby at UA (London).
Paul is not on any social media, and nor should you be. For questions about this site, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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“A testament to the virtues of debauchery… uproarious and brilliant” – WIRED
“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” – THE GUARDIAN
“Not afraid of fucking with power… the columnist [and] enfant terrible has been summarily sacked from practically every outfit he’s worked for, including companies he started” – ZDNET
“A British-born journalist who spent years living out of luxury hotels and soaking his liver in booze” – THE DAILY BEAST
“The Tarantino of the confessional memoir” – JOHN MITCHINSON, CO-FOUNDER OF UNBOUND
“Utterly endearing. Completely addictive reading” – PAPERBACK CHOICE, THE PRESS ASSOCIATION (Bringing Nothing To The Party)
“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 completely beneath my dignity. He’s absurd” – MATT TAIBBI