Schulman, Arlene

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SCHULMAN, Arlene

SCHULMAN, Arlene. American. Genres: Adult non-fiction, Children's non-fiction, Criminology/True Crime, Biography, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Freelance journalist and photojournalist for publications, 1985-. Ohio State University, School of Journalism, visiting professor, 1996; James Thurber House Writing Camp, instructor, 1996; Columbus Dispatch, writing coach, 1996; NYC Public Schools, artist/writer-in residence, 1997-; Hunter College, Continuing Education, 2003-. Photographs included in both public and private collections. Publications: SELF-ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS: The Prizefighters: An Intimate Look at Champions and Contenders, 1994; Carmine's Story: A Book about a Boy Living with AIDS, 1997; T.J.'s Story: A Book about a Boy Who Is Blind, 1998. OTHER: Muhammad Ali: Champion, 1996; Robert F. Kennedy: Promise for the Future, 1998; 23rd Precinct: The Job, 2001; Cop on the Beat, 2002. Address: PO Box 460, Inwood Station, New York, NY 10034, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]