Aralyn Hughes fancies herself as an entrepreneur or a visionary and a "chrone" with wisdom. For over 33 years, Aralyn has been an Austin icon helping to keep the city as bright, colorful, and unique as she is. You may have seen her driving her bright pink pig-themed art car around town with her pet pot bellied pig in tow or witnessed in giant letters, "Keep Austin Weird," on the side of her house. She has appeared on numerous television shows on the local and national level as an ambassador of what makes Austin such a great place to live.
Aralyn became a performance artist, storyteller, and non-fiction monologist in her sixties. She performed eight original pieces in her series "Aralyn's Home Economics" and was then accepted to perform her newest show in NYC at the International Solo Theater Festival in Nov 2013.
Aralyn recently completed her first book, an anthology about childfree women who came of age in the 1960s. Kid Me Not features stories of women who made the decision to not have children. They were the first generation of women to have truly had a choice, due to the advent of the birth control pill.
Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love does the forward.
KID ME NOT: An anthology by child-free women of the '60s now in their 60s
by Aralyn Hughes
Whatever became of the youth of the ‘60s, the turbulent era of sex, drugs and rock & roll? Kid Me Not, a new collection of intimate stories by women from the first generation ever to have access to The Pill, offers a unique perspective on the decade before Roe v. Wade, when free love wasn’t always free. As the women’s movement...
Categories: All Nonfiction; Bestsellers; Women's Studies
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