Books by Arlene Schulman

23RD PRECINCT by Arlene Schulman
Released: Aug. 7, 2001

"A sharp and biting portrait that—despite real glimpses of dignity and courage—no police department is likely to pick up for recruiting purposes."
A fine, grim piece of living theater—a year spent with a New York City police precinct located in a shady part of town—from photographer and journalist Schulman (Carmine's Story, 1997, etc.). Read full book review >
CARMINE'S STORY by Arlene Schulman
Released: Nov. 20, 1997

"While Schulman has difficulty keeping the first-person narration distinctly childlike, especially when she's conveying technical information about HIV and AIDS, the story is a poignant look at one boy's short life, and the disease that was with him since birth. (Nonfiction. 6-10)"
A sensitive, sorrowful photo-essay; Schulman exhibits no tendency to sugar-coat the troubled life of Carmine, who was born with the HIV virus and had full-blown AIDS since he was two. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1994

"Schulman goes a long way toward putting a human— if battered—face on a profession long in disrepute. (100 b&w photos)"
A sharp, affectionate portrait—in words and stunning photographs—of prizefighters in their milieu. Read full book review >