Elizabeth Gilbert, the best-selling author of Eat, Pray, Love, The Signature of All Things, and the forthcoming Big Magic, speaks with Omega about her personal evolution as a writer and what she's working on now. Omega: Your home -- which you define as "the thing you love more than you love yourself" -- has always been writing. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Gilbert, bestselling author of Eat, Pray, Love, Committed: A Love Story, The Signature of All Things, and the upcoming Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, is hosting a “Writing, Truth and Community” retreat from 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday, November 7. I absolutely have to be there. Would anyone mind covering the cost of my trip? Read more...
Every #MotivationalMonday, Eat Pray Love author Elizabeth Gilbert shares quotes from her upcoming book, Big Magic, (out Sept. 22) on her Instagram and Facebook accounts - and they are just too good not to share. I recently finished the book, and I can vouch for it being a must read for anyone hoping to live a creative life. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Thursday, June 4. All times are Eastern. Top pick Hannibal (NBC, 10 p.m.): The delightfully titled season three opener “Antipasto” follows a cultured foodie as he travels through Europe with a glamorous woman at his side. Show More Summary
TweetI don’t know, man. As seen near Home Plate, 94123: Sounds like we’re monetizing Eat, Pray, Love? As stated, I don’t know, man.
Elizabeth Gilbert readily admits that just a few years ago, she deliberately avoided using platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Like many others initially do, the Eat, Pray, Love author viewed social media as a vortex she simply didn't want to get pulled into or caught up in. Show More Summary
(Part three of an ongoing crash course on mindfulness in your 20s. Click here for the last post.) I've always been inspired by the journeys of modern-day thought leaders like Elizabeth Gilbert (Eat, Pray, Love) and Cheryl Strayed (Wild) who chose to go on a literal adventure of finding themselves. Show More Summary
PBS’s Masterpiece producing public broadcasting channel WGBH announced this morning it had “optioned” the novel The Signature of All Things, written by Eat Pray Love author Elizabeth Gilbert and “inspired by the true-life adventuresShow More Summary
By Alison van Diggelen, Host of Fresh Dialogues The book's website had me at "Eat, Pray, Love" and passed the ultimate test at page 244 when it made me cry. I'm talking about Wide Open World by John Marshall. This first book by Marshall,...Show More Summary
Eat, pray, love in Bali with Delta SkyTeam fares around $678 to $740 roundtrip from California to Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia (DPS Bali airport) in April 2015. These fares price out on Google Flights, but require a phone call to Delta to book for a $25 booking fee. Show More Summary
A kind of Eat Pray Love for the AARP set, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel was a “surprise hit” only to those who underestimated the appeal of its setup. Here, after all, was a who’s who of distinguished British actors hobnobbing in lively, photogenic India. Show More Summary
This is dope. Heems laments lost love on “Home” featuring Dev Hynes of Blood Orange. This will appear on his upcoming Eat Pray Thug project, due in March. Below, check out another new Heems joint called “Tell Me A Poem”, which will not appear on EPT. Spotted: RS Previously: Heems – Sometimes
No time to Eat Pray Love around the world or go on a Wild walk? No problem! You can still live your Bucket List! Funny, fast-paced, and fairly philosophical, Bucket List was written the year before FoodShed Planet started. It's available now on Kindle for less than a latte. Show More Summary
Head to the weirwoods, pray to the new gods, eat a horse heart, sacrifice somebody to R'hllor, and drown yourself for good measure — whatever it takes to get Viola Davis on Game of Thrones. Davis tells TV Guide that she'd "love" to be on GOT. "I'd want to play... More »
IMAGINE a cross between Elizabeth Gilbert’s post-divorce memoir, “Eat Pray Love” (2010), and Sean Penn's stark survival drama, “Into the Wild” (2007), and you have something approaching the look and feel of “Wild”. If this seems like an amalgam of two entirely different genres, that’s because “Wild” is a genre-defying, opaquely beautiful film. Show More Summary
If you have pored over international bestseller Elizabeth Gilbert's novels like Eat, Pray, Love and The Signature of All Things, there's no doubt you'll feel totally inspired by her upcoming book, Big Magic. The author has revealed that her latest work (out Sept. Show More Summary
- In the years since Eat Pray Love became a phenomenon, Elizabeth Gilbert has been all over the place: giving
Elizabeth Gilbert has put creativity under the microscope. As the author of the runaway bestselling memoir "Eat, Pray, Love," the writer wrestled with how to follow up her biggest hit. For years she wrestled with what to write next, and how to be happy with her work as a writer.
Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat, Pray, Love” and “The Signature of All Things” will publish a new book, “Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear,” in September.
Sun 08 Mar Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert is coming to Sydney to talk about how we could all tap into our inner creative genius by caring a little less...