Sheila Isenberg is the author of Muriel’s War: An American Heiress in the Nazi Resistance (Palgrave Macmillan 2010), A Hero of Our Own: The Story of Varian Fry (Random House 2001) and Women Who Love Men Who Kill (Simon & Schuster 1991). She is co-author with the late William M. Kunstler of My Life As A Radical Lawyer (Birch Lane Press 1994) and collaborator on The Life and Times of Ron Brown, A Memoir by Tracey L. Brown (William Morrow 1998). Former member of New York Radical Feminists and a former reporter and press secretary, Isenberg received a fellowship from the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation for A Hero of Our Own. She has been interviewed in by The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR’s Weekend Edition, “20/20,” and “Today,” among others. Isenberg, a member of the Authors’ Guild, PEN, and Women Writing Women’s Lives Biography Seminar, teaches at Marist College, and is media director of the Woodstock Comedy Festival. She can be reached at www.sheilaisenberg.com.