A mystery novelist-turned-biographer, Marcia Biederman writes meticulously researched nonfiction that reads like a detective story. As a longtime freelancer for the New York Times, she wrote more than 150 pieces for the Times on everything from ice dancing to automobile wheel repair. She was a staff reporter for Crain’s New York Business, and her work has appeared in New York magazine, the New York Observer, the Christian Science Monitor, and Newsday. Before discovering her passion for biography, she published three mystery novels and contributed a short story to Best of Sisters in Crime, edited by Marilyn Wallace. Please visit marciabiederman.com
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- How Evelyn Wood Convinced the World That Speed-Reading Worked
- By: Marcia Biederman
- Narrated by: Marguerite Gavin
- Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
The best-known educator of the 20th century was a scammer in cashmere. "The most famous reading teacher in the world," as television hosts introduced her, Evelyn Wood had little classroom experience....
Skimmers gotta skim
- By Buretto on 11-01-19
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