Kathryn Schulz

New Yorker staff writer, author of “Lost & Found”

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In the memoir “Lost & Found,” Kathryn Schulz shares the story of losing her father and finding the love of her life in the span of 18 months.

This writer lost her dad, then found her future wife within 18 months

In the memoir “Lost & Found,” Kathryn Schulz shares the story of losing her father and finding the love of her life in the span of 18 months.

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