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About Sylvia Krakauer
Sylvia Krakauer (Sylvia Conklin Feinman Krakauer) was born in the small town of Glens Falls after her mother had given up all hope of conceiving and decided to adopt. Thus began a long string of being a day late and a dollar short but somehow still being considered a miracle. Sylvia has always believed that New York is the only real city is the world, and even though she hasn't lived there since 1995, she won't eat pizza anywhere else. Okay, she'll eat it but she won't enjoy it. She has degrees in English Literature and Jurisprudence and has never made a dime from either one. Although she had a successful career as a proposal writer for such prestigious (but now defunct so you cannot check references) companies as Digital Equipment Corporation and Edison Source, Sylvia's true claim to fame is that when she was doing online dating, she told everyone her true age and weight. She never had any dates who were marriage material but she did weed out a lot of guys who would otherwise have wasted her precious time. Her childhood hero was Adlai Stevenson. Ironically her three stepchildren all went to a high school named for Adlai Stevenson and they think he's swell but don't much dig her, which isn't really ironic at all but kind of sad. Sylvia spent a great deal of time in Southern California, with her late husband, David and deceased cat, Mouse. She hopes they will continue to look out for her from the other side. She currently lives in a suburb of Chicago with her husband, Danny and two cats, Baby and Shadow. She hopes they won't be offended that David and Mouse came before them in her bio (not to mention her life). She's working on some projects but giving out too many details might jeopardize national security. Nevertheless, she'll throw caution to the wind and say that she's editing her first novel, "It Was a Metaphor" and hopes to make it suitable for publication this year.