Romney S. Humphrey

Romney Humphrey is a former media writer/producer and playwright residing in the Pacific Northwest and California. Her plays have been performed and produced in theatres around the country.

Her humor/memoir, “How I Learned I’m Old” was released in 2019. This landmark year was when Humphrey fully accepted certain realities about her personal journey with the aging process. The book has been hailed by readers across the country as simultaneously “hilarious” and “poignant”.

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