Lynn Haney is an American biographer. Haney recounted the lives of people such as Josephine Baker and Gregory Peck. Haney is recognized for her balance of thorough research and respect for the subjects of her books, as demonstrated in both Naked At the Feast and A Charmed Life. She wrote eleven books including I Am A Dancer and The Lady Is A Jock as well as children's books like Perfect Balance: The Story of an Elite Gymnast. Before writing full-time, Haney worked for the New York Times and CBS News. Haney lives in Guilford, Connecticut.
- James R. Mellow (March 29, 1981). "THE TOAST OF PARIS". The New York Times: Books. Retrieved 2011-01-03. "http://www.nytimes.com/1981/03/29/books/the-toast-of-paris.html"
- "Books: Notable: May 25, 1981". Time Magazine. May 25, 1981. Retrieved 2011-01-03. "NAKED AT THE FEAST by Lynn Haney Dodd, Mead; 338 pages; $17.95 ... Josephine Baker parlayed that talent into a strange career. As Biographer Lynn Haney recounts, Baker badgered her way onto Broadway when she was 16..."
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