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' American columnist, freelance journalist and author. Elizabeth Hayt grew up in Great Neck, Long Island, New York in a wealthy Jewish family. Following her graduation from Barnard College in , she married a law student from Columbia University in . years later they separated and later divorced. In the late s, she began a career as a freelance art critic and through the s published articles in leading art magazines such as Artnews, Arts Magazine, Contemporanea, and Galeries Magazine under the name Elizabeth Hayt-Atkins. Later, Hayt expanded to freelance journalism and regularly contributed articles on fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and design to the New York Times, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, and the New York Post. She currently writes a sex column for the New York Post called 'Love & Hayt.' Her fiery and nakedly honest memoir, I'm No Saint: A Nasty Little Memoire of Love and Leaving published in 20, details her struggles as a woman who was pressured by her family into early marriage without a chance to discover her own path in life, and her pursuit of adventure, sexual fulfillment, financial independence, and finding her own identity. '
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