Shelley Emling is Senior Editor at Huff/Post50. She previously was AOL's Montclair Patch editor and also has served for several years as a foreign correspondent for the Cox Newspaper chain both in Europe and Latin America. Her much-acclaimed book, Marie Curie and Her Daughters: The Private Lives of Science's First Family, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in August 2012. Her previous books include The Fossil Hunter and Your Guide to Retiring to Mexico, Costa Rica and Beyond. Emling has written for the New York Times, USA Today, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The Times of London and The Christian Science Monitor. She launched one of the first blogs for The International Herald Tribune, a real estate blog called Raising the Roof. Emling also has served as the consumer affairs expert at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and started her journalism career at UPI in New Orleans. She lives with her husband and three children in Montclair, New Jersey.
Mon mari et moi avons fait bien du chemin depuis ce jour de janvier 1991 où nous nous sommes enfuis, sur un coup de tête, pour convoler en justes noces au Guatemala, devant un petit avocat minable d'Antigua, ce qui a profondément déplu à ma mère.