The Psychoanalitic Quarterly described Dr. Bond, author of Who Killed Virginia Woolf? and psychoanalytic practitioner for over thirty-five years, as "an intelligent, thoughtful analyst and a diligent researcher whose ideas are always interesting and provocative."

Dr. Bond "retired" from a highly successful Manhattan practice in 1991 to write full time. Since then, in addition to The Autobiography of Maria Callas she has had seven books published. On Becoming a Grandparent, Profiles of Key West, Is There Life After Analysis?, Dream Portrait, and America's First Woman Warrior, the Courage of Deborah Sampson (co-author with Lucy Freeman). Dr. Bond is the prize-winning author of a novel and short stories in Florida State competitions, runner-up in the first novel contest of Hemingway Days, author of magazine articles including Maria Callas and Aristotle Onassis: The Romance of the Golden Greeks in Greece Travel Magazine, the Lean and Hungry Marlon Brando, in Remember and more than twenty articles in prestigious professional journals, including Who's Who in America. Her new play, Maria, was one of five plays selected to be read at the 1998 Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre Festival, and was presented last fall at Ye Waverly Inn in Manhattan.

She was one of the first non-medical analysts to be made a member of the International Psychoanalytic Association, and is also a member of The American Psychological Association, a fellow and faculty member of The Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, The American Society of Journalists and Authors, The Florida Freelance Writers Association, The Dramatists Guild, and The Authors Guild. Her book, The Autobiography of Maria Callas, a Novel, was runner-up at the Hemingway Days First Novel Contest. Her story, The Latch That Wouldn't Lock, was included in Top Ten Stories of 1993. She is listed in twenty Who's Who biographies.

Dr. Bond is the widow of the late stage, screen, and TV actor, Rudy Bond. She is the mother of three children and the grandmother of five. Her son, Jonathan Bond is a founder and the CEO of the hip advertising agency, Kirschenbaum and Bond,


Dr. Bond has published eight books, including her latest book, I Married Dr. Jekyll And Woke Up Mrs. Hyde. An adaptation of her book The Autobiography of Maria Callas was produced in New York City in September and October at Ye Waverly Inn dinner theater. Her psychobiography  Who Killed Virginia Woolf has received positive response from numerous readers, and has just gone into a third printing. .

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I Married Dr. Jekyll and Woke Up Mrs. Hyde

The Autobiography of Maria Callas, a Novel