Nancy Shulins was the first woman in the 150-year history of The Associated Press to earn the title Special Correspondent.

Her in-depth features for AP earned two Pulitzer nominations, a Clarion award, and inclusion in various anthologies and textbooks.

Her book of short essays on married life – Every Day I Love You More (just not today) – was published by Warner Books in 2001.

Having recently completed a novel, Safety in Numbers, Shulins is at work on a memoir about her relationship with her Thoroughbred horse.

She lives in Connecticut with her husband.