Arlene Heyman '63
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In 2016, at age 74, she published Scary Old Sex, a collection of short stories, two of which address intimacy between older adults. The book has received universal praise and wide attention. The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vogue, The Guardian, and a host of other publications and programs have reviewed it favorably, and Heyman has been interviewed by Terry Gross on Fresh Air, by BBC’s Woman’s Hour, and by radio programs originating in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia. In 2017, Scary Old Sex will be translated into Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Chinese, Taiwanese, and it is coming out as a recorded book.
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