PATRICIA BOSWORTH, was a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and an award-winning journalist and bestselling biographer and memoirist. Born in San Francisco and based in New York City, she was a graduate of Sarah Lawrence and a winner of the Front Page Award. Patricia taught literary nonfiction at Columbia School of Journalism, where she was a Senior Fellow in the National Arts Journalism Program, and at Barnard College. A longtime board member of the Actors Studio, she ran the Playwrights-Directors Unit there. Her latest book, The Men in My Life: A Memoir of Love and Art in 1950s Manhattan, was released by HarperCollins in 2017. Her first memoir, Anything Your Little Heart Desires: An American Family Story, was about her family and the Hollywood Blacklist. She was also the author of biographies of Montgomery Clift, Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, and the photographer Diane Arbus. Her Arbus biography inspired the 2006 film Fur, starring Nicole Kidman and Robert Downey Jr.