Who Do You Think You Are?

A Memoir by Alyse Myers

Now in paperback!
Photograph of Who Do You Think You Are?

Available in paperback with Reading Group Guide

 

BROADCAST APPEARANCES

The View
Friday, May 8, 2009


RELATED ESSAYS

City Section/The New York Times
"Her Hard-Knock Life"
By Alyse Myers

"In 1957, when I was 1 and my mother was pregnant with my middle sister, my parents moved from a tenement on the Lower East Side to a one-bedroom apartment in Ravenswood Houses, a public housing project in Long Island City, Queens." more...



Lives Column/The New York Times Magazine 
"How I Met My Mother"
By Alyse Myers

"For much of our life together, my mother and I hated each other. The way I saw it, I spent most of my childhood fighting with her — or trying to get away from her bitterness, her unhappiness and her endless smoking. As a teenager, I learned how to defend myself with words that were designed to hurt and could never be taken back. In return, she vowed that one day I would have a daughter who would feel the way about me that I felt about her." more...

MEDIA

Fortune.com

Fortune editor-at-large Patricia Sellers writes about my book here...

WOR-AM/New York
The Joan Hamburg Show/Radio host Joan Hamburg and co-host Donna Hanover interview Alyse about her new book, Who Do You Think You Are. podcast (archive: Scroll to "May 13, 2008")...