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Elaine Bernstein Partnow is the author 17 books, most notable among them the nationally acclaimed The Quotable Woman, The First 5,000 Years (Facts On File. 6th ed., 2010).  She is also an editor and researcher who has helped others with novels, nonfiction works, essays, master’s theses, resumes, research, and more. Elaine regularly teaches “How to Get A Publisher to Say ‘Yes’!” at various community colleges in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties and at literary conferences.





Elaine Bernstein Partnow is the author 17 books, most notable among them the nationally acclaimed The Quotable Woman, The First 5,000 Years (Facts On File. 6th ed., 2010).  She is also an editor and researcher who has helped others with novels, nonfiction works, essays, master’s theses, resumes, research, and more. Elaine regularly teaches “How to Get A Publisher to Say ‘Yes’!” at various community colleges in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties and at literary conferences.