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With the January 2015 release of Love, Again, Eve Pell is available for select readings and talks.

In the years since the publication of her memoir, Eve has spoken to groups and book clubs from Maine to Florida and California, to audiences old and young, from New York's Upper West Side to hip San Francisco bars and upscale enclaves like Ketchum, Boca Grande and Tuxedo Park. She has been interviewed on television, NPR and other radio stations. Her memoir We Used to Own the Bronx has been praised in publications ranging from The Wall Street Journal to New York Social Diary and the San Francisco Chronicle.

Eve Pell is available for interviews and talks on a variety of topics

... New Love in Old Age: Medicare-age men and women falling in love: how they meet, the various ways they arrange their lives to be together (and apart), mortality, and some of the problems encountered along the way. Perhaps the latest sexual stereotype to fall is the idea that romance is the property of the young: all the couples I interviewed for my book find sex a very important aspect of their relationship.

...Dear Granny Abby: Exploring the problems older people encounter when entering into a relationship. The most common: not money, not health, but something else--their grown children.

...Staying competitive as a senior athlete--maintaining physical fitness and keeping the competitive spark alive after your peak performances have begun to decline. Setting age-appropriate goals, and getting used to being beaten by people you used to beat--and, most important, enjoying your status as an aging jock.

America's Upper Crust: How we are Raised to be Different--language as indicator of class (never call a sofa a couch); teaching kids their special place in society.