Audrey Borenstein

Audrey Borenstein is a freelance writer living in Connecticut and author of Chimes Of Change and Hours: Views of Older Women in Twentieth-Century America (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1983). A consultant to the Life Writing Connection, she has more than 40 published short stories to her name.

Posts by Audrey Borenstein

The Two Cultures as One and Many

While Shaw assumed the burden of “the whole unwieldy load” of contemporary sociology, politics and economics, biology and medicine and journalism, Yeats turned away, convinced that science and politics were “somehow fatal to the poet’s vision.”

The Rare Hand

Children who compose text by hand produce more words more quickly than doing so by keyboard, and expressed more ideas.