I'm including work that has appeared in national print magazines, online magazines, newspapers and as guest biogs.
The articles, essays and biogs aren't necessarily recent; and my magazine columns and articles, which go back a long time
(remember Mademoiselle? McCall's? Self? New Woman?), aren't included at all.
I do have a photo of the novel I co-wrote with my husband Richard Marek, a love story published in 2020, just before
lockdown began-- and just before he died of cancer. We loved HOW TO FALL IN LOVE: A novel, ridiculously (as only its
two authors could), and were thrilled that it was published in hardcover in February, 2020.
"Based on interviews…and some smart thinking on
the part of the author…Heyn's book is a deeply
provocative breath of fresh air."
"Ms. Heyn has a keen nose for social change."
-- New York Times
"Heyn's candor and clarity are exhilerating…
She is deliciously brave, writing clearly and gracefully. For such uncommon sense, we
should be uncommonly grateful."
-- Houston Chronicle