Eva Hagberg Fisher is a writer in California. She is the author of the bestselling short memoir of brain disease and love, It's All In Your Head, which was selected as one of Amazon’s Best Books of 2013. She has written about literature and addiction for Tin House, her scar tissue for Arcade, and Philip Johnson’s oiliness for Art Lies. She currently writes a column for Everup about medicine (and feelings) called “How to Go To The Doctor,” and is working on a book about friendship. Her architectural work has appeared in Metropolis, the New York Times, T: The New York Times Magazine, Wallpaper*, Wired, and more. She is the author of two books about architecture, Dark Nostalgia and Nature Framed. She is currently a PhD Candidate in the interdisciplinary program at UC Berkeley.