Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. Jewish Studies. In this heartbreaking, hilarious memoir, Nancy Davidoff Kelton takes us from the gray house of her Buffalo childhood with a depressed mother who was in and out of "the nervous hospital," to the often daunting but never dull world of dating as a divorced mom in Manhattan.
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Nancy Davidoff Kelton's six previous books include Writing from Personal Experience (F+W Media, 2000). Her essays have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Buffalo News, Passager Journal, Welter Literary Journal, the AARP website, Parents, and Redbook. She lives in New York City, teaches at The New School, and has taught at New York University and Hunter College.Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA