The essay about my body (which isn't getting any younger) that I wrote for Real Simple is now online. It starts with my daughter, a sculptor, asking me to pose for her work. Her theme? Deterioration of the body. (Thanks for thinking of me?)
Warning. It gets graphic -- like I refer to my breasts as my sad Walter Matthau eyes; they’re that soulful-looking these days.
I've gotten such stunning emails and letters about it from women of many different ages, which really surprised me.
Here's the link. (Note: There's an editorial gaff -- a small paragraph near the end interrupts the piece and then is repeated later. Sorry about that. Out of my hands.)
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The cover of my upcoming novel THE INFINITY OF YOU & ME at last! J.Q. Coyle is my joint pen-name with the ever-brilliant Quinn Dalton. The novel -- it's technically YA -- comes out with St. Martin's this fall. Writing it was one wild ride -- alternate parallel universes, Sylvia Plath, infinite forests ...
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