Elaine Bernstein Partnow, also known as Elaine Partnow, is a Los Angeles-based author and actor known for her living history portrayals and for her nationally lauded book The Quotable Woman, The First 5,000 Years (2010), a collection of nearly 20,000 quotations by over 5,000 women from 167 nations. First published in 1977 as The Quotable Woman: 1800-1975, it is currently in its sixth edition. Among the 17 published books Partnow has written or co-written are: Speaking with Power, Poise & Ease (2012), The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Your True Age (2009), and The Female Dramatist (1998). She is a featured performing artist with the National Women's History Project. Most recently, Elaine earned six Best Actress Awards from international film festivals for her leading role in the independent feature film Slipaway; see her IMDb page for details.
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