Literary Traveler: Audrey Schulman

By Jessica Ellen Monk

As a child, Audrey Schulman saw herself living the writer’s life – blissfully sitting in cafes, observing interesting conversations, not having to deal with bosses – so naturally, she figured it would be a good idea to get started as early as possible. Her first novel was written at the precocious age of twelve.

Today, in the auditorium of the Cambridge Public Library on Cambridge Street, Schulman is a well-traveled mother and successful novelist and entrepreneur. She has been, among other things, a computer programmer, animator and multimedia designer. Currently, s...

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