An occasional series in which writers speak for themselves.
A writer and a lecturer at Howard University, Oline Eaton “writes about lives, stories, and representations of stories of lives in media and culture.” One such life is that of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, the subject of Eaton’s first book, Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented. Says New York Times bestselling biographer Kitty Kelley, “Finding Jackie penetrates the mystique and unravels the myth with the best Jackie biography ever. Brava, Brava, Brava!” Eaton discussed the book with Stephen Usery in early April.
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