Or whatever. While researching this morning’s octopoid article I encountered this: Link. Seems like they’ve got the whole male privilege thing sorted out. Those slacker female praying mantises–manti? Entomological etymologists please weigh in–take note. Of course, nothing will ever replace this. Or this. How’s your date night going Juicers?
American Wino: A Tale of Reds, Whites, and One Man’s Blues Dan Dunn’s new book has been described as Eat, Pray, Love meets Sideways while On the Road… Kathryn Maier
My warn out copy of Eat Pray Love. This month Elizabeth Gilbert celebrates the 10-year anniversary of her (beyond) bestselling book. Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It: Life Journeys Inspired by the Bestselling Memoir will be out on April 5th, and I can't wait to read it. Show More Summary
The Jeff Hart novel “Eat, Brains Love” – which is a play on the Elizabeth Gilbert novel “Eat, Pray, Love” – is being adapted into a feature-length film from Gunpowder & Sky, according to Variety. The book follows, “…a pair of high-school sweethearts who contract a mysterious zombie virus and devour the brains of half […]
I adore Elizabeth Gilbert. I haven’t read all of her books, but two years ago, as a fresh 25-year-old divorcee, I consumed Eat, Pray, Love like a delicious piece of chocolate cake—savoring every last crumb. Her witty and honest account of heartache and recovery had me enamored, entranced and laughing out loud in public places. […]
Bali was not the Eat, Pray, Love paradise I naively envisioned. There. I finally admitted it. On one hand, there was that handful of memorable Zen moments I wrote about and will forever cherish, but on the other end of this wacky spectrum...Show More Summary
During a phone conversation with Kim Barker, I asked if it bothered her that the new movie based on her life, in which Tina Fey plays a version of her, had recently been described to me as "Eat, Pray, Love but with more war." "Oh, that’s such a fucking insult,... More »
"Eat Pray Love" meets "Zero Dark Thirty" in Fey's strange, delicate star vehicle -- with some dubious casting
If you haven't yet made your travel plans for 2016, one magazine is on a mission to get you out there exploring the world — now. For its March issue, Condé Nast Traveler is publishing an article by Eat, Pray, Love's Elizabeth Gilbert,...Show More Summary
Pavlina Melicharova from the Czech Republic took a page from Elizabeth Gilbert's memoir Eat, Pray, Love when she left an unhappy marriage of two and a half years last October and started her own "journey of self-discovery." https://www.facebook.com/TravellingBride/photos/a.958063527549416.1073741828.956751184347317/958869597468809/?type=3&theater...Show More Summary
The "Eat, Pray, Love" author says making things (anything!) is the path to less fear and more happiness.
This book, slated for release on Mar. 29, features essays from people who found inspiration to go on adventures after reading Elizabeth Gilbert's 2006 memoir.
Says Bill Bryson — who has a new book "The Road to Little Dribbling/Adventures of an American in Britain" — in an interview in the NYT.I'm an immense Bill Bryson, primarily because I love his audiobook voice. It's my go-to read-me-to-sleep voice. Show More Summary
One of the books on my list of titles read was Big Magic: Creative living beyond fear by Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat, Pray, Love. In the book is a section called "Hungry Ghosts" about failure.A key sentence at the beginningShow More Summary
American expatriate Ashley Ann Olsen lived what seemed like a charmed life in Florence before she was found murdered in a case stumping Italian investigators.
The best-selling author of Eat, Pray, Love and Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear shares her favorite books of the year.
This girl either needs anger management or a customized Eat Pray Love tour. Farrah Abraham's crazy train is going 500 MPH towards the trash can, and yet...it's full steam ahead. When the latest Teen Mom OG trailer premiered, fans saw...Show More Summary
Before its rise to thrumming cultural center, before its world-class spas and resorts, and before its ascendance to international fame in Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir, Ubud was a quiet town of artisans and agriculture. An author looks back.
Let me be clear, I'm a fan of Elizabeth Gilbert's work. I liked Eat, Pray, Love (Penguin Group, 2007) just as much as everyone else seemed to. I even enjoyed the movie adaptation (though Javier Bardem may have had something to do with it). Show More Summary
There is one thing stopping you from being more creative. You. "I feel like so many people (women in particular) are waiting for somebody to give them authority to be creative," says Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert. "Creativity belongs to everyone. Show More Summary