It is with great sorrow we announce
Nancy Friday's death
November 5th, 2017
She is remembered with love and honor
New York Times bestselling author and feminist pioneer Nancy Friday
Preeminent literary authority on female sexuality
"Nancy Friday must be the most understanding sexologist in the country" (San Francisco Chronicle)
'...some of the most provocative reading ever published"
Nancy's novella & first work of fiction:
LULU is a fascinating heroine written by an equally fascinating author. Come take a journey with LULU as she grows from a precocious Charleston, S.C. child into a college co-ed in the North. The journey is one of first love's heartbreak, a mother's rivalry, a brother's love, and parental betrayal.
With a literary voice in the grand tradition of the great southern writers, one of America's best-selling non-fiction writers Nancy Friday has, in LULU, created a fascinating first work of fiction.
"LULU is funny and sad, intriguing...ultimately insightful...an important read."
-- Bill Baker, Netgalley
"A compelling read." -- Leonard Iggulden
"Brilliant, courageous, moving!"-- Washington Post
"Illuminating and moving..." -- Michael Korda, author of POWER AND SUCCESS
"I closed (My Mother, Myself) and wept for half an hour" -- Christina Robb, Boston Globe
"some of the most provocative reading ever published"-- Carl Womack
New York Times bestselling author of My Secret Garden, Forbidden Flowers, Jealousy and Envy, My Mother/My Self, The Power of Beauty, Beyond My Control, Men in Love, LULU, and Women on Top. Nancy Friday currently lives in New York City