What matters to you.

Caryl Rivers

professor, journalism, Boston University

Professor Rivers is the author of many books, including *Slick Spins* and *Fractured Facts: How Cultural Myths Distort the News*; *Indecent Behavior*; a collaboration with Rosalind Barnett *She Works, He Works: How Two Income Families are Happy, Healthy and Thriving*; and her latest book,* Camelot*, a novel set in the Kennedy administration. Her television drama *A Matter of Principal* won a Gabriel Award as one of the best television dramas of the year. Professor Rivers contributes regularly to *The Boston Globe*, *Los Angeles Times*, *Philadelphia Inquirer*, *Newsday*, and other major US newspapers. She is a frequent public affairs panelist on Boston television stations and is considered an expert on the Kennedy family.