Nora Ephron On 'I Remember Nothing' At Writers Bloc
Who: Screenwriter/author Nora Ephron and writer/director Robin Swicord
What: Nora Ephron will be in conversation with Robin Swicord about Ephron's latest book I Remember Nothing. This event is part of Writers Bloc's 15th season presenting writers and thinkers to the Los Angeles community.
When: Thursday November 11 at 7:30pm
Where: Writers Guild Theater, 135 South Doheny Drive, Beverly Hills CA 90211
How: RSVP to email@example.com. Tickets are $20 and payable at the door.
Why: Spend an evening with girlfriends who "get it" when it comes to aging, cheating men, and failed recipes. In her latest book I Remember Nothing, Ephron follows up her 2006 book I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman with hilarious and honest stories about losing her memory, reflections on her divorces, and vignettes on her childhood in Beverly Hills. From Writers Bloc:
Nora Ephron, in her new book, "I Remember Nothing," reflects on issues women care about a lot: email, big decisions about men, the efficacies of chicken soup, money, and so much more. You know it's funny and true; Nora, did, after all, write "When Harry Met Sally," "Julie and Julia," and so many other movies we believe in as true stories.
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