Jane Juska

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Jane Juska (born 1933) is an American author and retired schoolteacher whose first book, A Round-Heeled Woman: My Late-Life Adventures in Sex and Romance (2003), documented her search for sex at 67 years of age by putting a literary personal ad in the New York Review of Books.[1]

Sharon Gless starred in Jane Prowse's stage adaptation, A Round-Heeled Woman: the play, which had its first production in San Francisco in 2010. A new production, directed by Jane Prowse, who also adapted the book for the stage, ran from December 2010 to February 2011 in Miami. The play then had a production in the documented the 63 replies to her personal ad in the Review with a 2003 memoir, A Round-Heeled Woman, that became a West-End play.[1][2]

Juska wrote a follow-up, Unaccompanied Women: Late-Life Adventures in Love, Sex, and Real Estate five years later, which continued to document her desire to find a man to keep her company. In addition, it chronicles her globe-trotting adventures, due in part to her travels surrounding her first book.

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  1. ^ a b Shenton, Mark. "A Round-Heeled Woman, Starring Sharon Gless, to Transfer to West End's Aldwych Theatre", Playbill, November 4, 2011, accessed January 18, 2015
  2. ^ Spencer, Charles. "A Round-Heeled Woman, Aldwych Theatre, review", The Telegraph, December 1, 2011, accessed January 18, 2015

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