Like many women who watched the movie Wild, I was inspired by Cheryl Strayed's courage and how she was able to turn her grief and desperation into triumph. And I wondered if I could do something similar -- turn my own form of grief and...Show More Summary
The author of the new collection Brave Enough sounds off about gender politics, personal authenticity, and leaning in to the light.
With Reading List, The A.V. Club asks one of our favorite pop-culture creators to describe a list of reading materials that are tied together by a singular theme. The reader: Cheryl Strayed knows how to talk the talk, and how to walk the walk. Show More Summary
“I feel like the accidental self-help writer,” says Cheryl Strayed, a day after her collection of quotations, Brave Enough, hits shelves. …Read More
Vintage Books Just in from Deadline: Wild stars Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern have reteamed for another screen adaptation of a book by Wild author Cheryl Strayed, this time for TV. HBO has put in development Tiny Beautiful Things,...Show More Summary
Less than a year after the release of Wild, the film based upon author Cheryl Strayed’s memoir by the same name, HBO has announced the production of a drama series based on her collection of “Dear Sugar” advice columns, Tiny Beautiful Things. Read more...
Cheryl Strayed and her husband Brian Lindstrom will collaborate on writing the script.
She'll reunite with "Wild" stars Laura Dern and Reese Witherspoon for an HBO series called "Tiny Beautiful Things”
Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern will reteam to adapt Cheryl Strayed’s 2012 collection of essays, Tiny Beautiful Things into a drama series for HBO. …Read More
Cheryl Strayed wants you to know she's getting even wilder: She, Reese Witherspoon, and Laura Dern — three of the major players behind the big-screen version of Wild — will reunite for a potential TV show based on more of the author's writings, according to reports. The trifecta, along with Strayed's husband, is developing... More »
Wild stars Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern have reteamed for another screen adaptation of a book by Wild author Cheryl Strayed, this time for TV. HBO has put in development Tiny Beautiful Things, a drama series based on Strayed's bestselling 2012 book of the same name, a collection of essays compiled from Strayed’s Dear Sugar advice column. Show More Summary
Cheryl Strayed has always collected quotes from her favorite writers and used them as solace and inspiration during tough times. She's copied their words into notebooks, tacked them onto her walls and even transcribed them into trailhead log books during her famous journey on the Pacific Crest...
That was a line from the movie Wild where a reporter is trying to interview Cheryl Strayed along the side of a road for the Hobo Times. She angrily protests that she is a thru-hiker, not a hobo. Of course the reporter determines she has no home address and everything she owns is on her......
Reese Witherspoon wears a baseball cap and keeps a low profile while making her way through LAX Airport on Wednesday (August 26) in Los Angeles. The 39-year-old actress was returning from Portland, Oregon where she reunited with her Wild co-star Laura Dern as well as Cheryl Strayed, the hiker who wrote the novel the movie [...]
Having a child changes your life in a million ways, but continuing to pursue your passions and try new things shouldn't be something you give up just because you're a mother. Cheryl Strayed, New York Times bestselling author of Wild,...Show More Summary
"When you're speaking in the truest, most intimate voice about your life, you are speaking with the universal voice."
Image Credit: Writer's Edit This is a first for me. Reading the book AFTER I have seen the movie on which it was based. I saw Reese Witherspoon put in a compelling performance in the 'Wild.' And that stayed with me enough for me to pick up the memoir also called the Wild. Show More Summary
Last month, I talked about the cornerstones of building a strong female protagonist. This month, we’re going to dig a little deeper. In Wild by Cheryl Strayed, the main character is a young woman who is at the end of her rope. She’s lost her mother and she can’t find her footing in the world, […]
Mishra: “Novels about suburban families are more likely to be greeted as microcosmic explorations of the human condition if they are by male writers; their female counterparts are rarely allowed to transcend the category of domestic fiction.” Strayed: “Notions of domesticity and femaleness are so entangled that many presume it’s the only thing women can […]