Men may be chicken. but we need the eggs. Ellen Franck and Amy Jacobs are smart, attractive, urban women, with big jobs in the fashion business. They have witnessed their contemporaries following the traditional route of marriage, children, exile to suburbia, and a general loveless, sexless existence. But now Ellen and Amy discover that they both hear the same, terrible noise. It is the ticking of the biological clock.
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Laura Zigman grew up in Newtonville, Massachusetts, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Radcliffe Publishing Course. She spent ten years in New York City working in book publishing and currently lives in Washington DC. Her pieces have appeared in The Quarterly and The New York Times, Dating Big Bird is her second novel.
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