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Cynthia Heimel (1947–2018)

Author of If You Can't Live Without Me, Why Aren't You Dead Yet?

Includes the names: Cyntia Heimel, Heimel Cynthia

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Cynthia Heimel (1947-2018) has been described by the Chicago Tribune as "perhaps our funniest war correspondent on the war between the sexes." She wrote the 'Women' column for Playboy magazine for some time. She has been a contributing editor to New York Magazine and Vogue and a columnist for the (New York) Daily News, Village Voice, and Los Angeles Magazine. She also wrote TV sitcoms and plays.
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