Books Julie Salamon Books by Julie Salamon Julie Salamon has written books about: Nonfiction Biography & Memoir Facebook Twitter Google+ Email NPR stories about Julie Salamon New In Paperback Hidden Lives Of Middle Children, A Playwright And An Amazon Tribe August 2, 2012 Scott Wallace glimpses a remote Amazon tribe while Catherine Salmon and Katrin Schumann reveal the strengths of middle children, and Julie Salamon reconsiders playwright Wendy Wasserstein. Wendy Wasserstein in 1985, beneath a poster for her play Isn't It Romantic. Wasserstein's plays examined the place where the upheaval witnessed by the baby boom generation met the demands of family and professional life. Ed Baily/AP hide caption toggle caption Ed Baily/AP Opinion Theater Wendy Wasserstein, 'Lost' And Found August 18, 2011 The Pulitzer- and Tony-winning playwright wrote about the struggle by her generation to balance professional and family life. A new biography sheds light on the links between Wasserstein's life and the characters she created. Wendy Wasserstein, 'Lost' And Found Listen · 7:19 7:19 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/139721437/139737194" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript Review Book Reviews 'Wendy' Shines Spotlight On Beloved Playwright August 17, 2011 With Wendy and the Lost Boys, Julie Salamon has written the perfect biography for playwright Wendy Wasserstein's legions of fans, a book as entertaining and personable as its subject.