Tuesday, March 5, 2013
An extended interview with Ayelet Waldman '86.
This week, Mia Lobel '97 interviews Ayelet Waldman '86. After studying psychology and government at Wesleyan, Ayelet went on to study law at Harvard. Ayelet is a novelist and essayist, best known for her NYT best-selling collection of essays 'Bad Mother.' She has written the novels 'Daughter's Keeper,' 'Red Hook Road,' and 'Love and Other Impossible Pursuits,' and the Mommy Track murder mystery series. 'Love and...' was made into 'The Other Woman,' a film starring Natalie Portman.
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Music: “Sleep Inside” by The Last Minutes—Ryan Rodger ’11, Ben Block ’11, Katherine McDonald ’11 and Bella Loggins ’10, and “Your Song” by Bella Loggins
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