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Robin Rinaldi

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Robin Rinaldi has been a newspaper and magazine journalist for seventeen years. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Oprah Magazine, and Yoga Journal, among others. She has been the executive editor of 7x7, a San Francisco lifestyle magazine, and written an award-winning food column for Philadelphia Weekly. She lives in Los Angeles.

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