Could you explain the name of the street, which is also the name of the book? The street is named for the Sal Mal grove that cuts off the lane at its dead end and are found in all the...
Cheryl Strayed wants to show me the "dog bus" - but first we have to find it. We walk along her quiet residential streets in Northeast Portland trying to track down the intriguing vehicle, my imagination running wild. Are we about to...Show More Summary
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail is a 2012 memoir by American author Cheryl Strayed, describing her 1,100-mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail in a journey of self-discovery. The book reached No. 1 on the … Continue reading ?
My next Largehearted Lit event is May 2nd at Brooklyn's Public Assembly, and celebrates the paperback release of Cheryl Strayed's memoir Wild, and will feature the author in conversation with Elissa Schappell. For a chance at winning these books...
What to read and see this spring? Start with Walter Mosley's latest, the unrealized architecture of 'Never Built Los Angeles,' appearances by David Sedaris, Cheryl Strayed. Here are six books (and book events) to which I'm especially looking forward: a preview of the writes of spring.
Barnes & Noble Announces the Winners of the 22nd Annual Discover Great New Writers Awards Amanda Coplin Wins Top Fiction Award and Cheryl Strayed Takes Top Nonfiction Honors NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Barnes & Noble Inc. (NYSE: BKS),...Show More Summary
You've already seen the Suggests for tonight's sold-out You Are Here event at the Hugo House. Unfortunately, we just got an e-mail from Hugo House's program director, Brian McGuigan, about a last-minute change: Seems the headliner of the evening, Cheryl Strayed, won't be reading tonight. Show More Summary
In a previous Crave, Ami advised you to pick up the book Tiny Beautiful Things, a collection of the Dear Sugar advice columns published on the website The Rumpus. Penned by author Cheryl Strayed (who also wrote the best-selling memoir Wild), the Sugar advice columns are filled to the brim with wonderful wisdom for both the advice seeker [...]
I think to admit despair and to revel in it -- as many 20th- and 21st-century writers do -- is an easy way out. Related posts: Put It in a Box and Wait: The Millions Interviews Cheryl Strayed People do all kinds of unexpected thingsShow More Summary
Last week, my wife started reading Wild, by Cheryl Strayed. She couldn't put it down. I was sick in bed with the flu, and was looking for anything that would distract me from feeling sorry for myself, so I got the Kindle version. The story was so enthralling that I sometimes forgot I was sick [...]
Based on Cheryl Strayed's hiking memoir.
Nick Hornby will pen the screenplay for this adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's cross-country hiking drama. [...]
Back in March, Reese Witherspoon and her production company optioned Cheryl Strayed's memoir, Wild. Now Nick Hornby is onboard to write the screenplay, according to Deadline. In Wild, Strayed recounts her months-long solo hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, a trip she set out on in the wake of her mother's ... More »
Nick Hornby, the bestselling author of books like High Fidelity and About a Boy, has signed on to adapt Cheryl Strayed book, Wild for the big screen. Deadline reports that Reese Witherspoon will produce through her Pacific Standard and...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: After seeing so many of his novels turned into films, Nick Hornby is taking on the work of a peer. He has signed to write the script for Wild, the bestselling Cheryl Strayed memoir that Pacific Standard’s Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea have set up with River Road Entertainment’s Bill Pohlad. Show More Summary
ModCloth is now selling The Cheryl Dress, a garment named after the current recipient of my fangirl writer worship, Cheryl Strayed. “This sleek frock is perfect for a confident, successful woman like you, who has found wisdom in the journey and not the destination,” says the item description. Or as Sugar, Cheryl Strayed’s advice-giving alter [...]
Happiness interview: Cheryl Strayed. I wanted to do a happiness interview with Cheryl Strayed after I read her fascinating memoir, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail. In her twenties, at a time when she felt as though she had nothing more to lose, Cheryl hiked solo along the Pacific Crest Trail for 1100 miles. She was … ?
Maybe you've come across one of Cheryl Strayed's essays in Best American or read her 2007 novel Torch. You might have heard her recently on NPR or read an interview with her in Vogue. (Btw: she's justifiably pissed about the blatant photo-shopping). Show More Summary
“I’m not going to apologize for being female or human. But I will apologize to the party I’ve wronged. About a month ago, I posted this video on my Facebook page about being pro choice and why. There was this conversation that ensued in the comments about whether abortion should be legal. And this man [...]
People do all kinds of unexpected things in these transitional times of their lives. And they don’t need to be sorry for it, because it is part of being human, and it isn’t about being a good person or a bad person. I think just telling...Show More Summary