Are you one of those avid readers who wishes you could make sense out of putting words on paper but are convinced that you can’t?
New York Times #1 bestselling author Anna Quindlen has just one response: Ridiculous!
Not only can you, but you should – to connect to yourself and to those you care about in diaries, journals and letters. Doing so is a record of who you’ve been, who you are and who you are becoming.
“To write the present is to believe in the future,” Quindlen says.
Be inspired to pick up a pen, or sit at a keyboard, after getting tips from the best!
Novelist and journalist Anna Quindlen won a Pulitzer Prize while a columnist at The New York Times. Her memoir, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake, was a #1 New York Times bestseller, and her self-help book, A Short Guide to a Happy Life, sold more than one million copies. She’s the author of nine novels, including One True Thing, made into a feature film starring Meryl Streep.
A Virtual Event
The Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation Authors’ Series, honoring Theodore and Caroline Newhouse and Susan Newhouse.
WOMEN ON THE MOVE
A VIRTUAL SERIES
This series is moderated by Zibby Owens, an author and editor whose multimedia empire of a publishing house, magazine, and podcast led New York Magazine to dub her “New York’s Most Powerful Book-fluencer,” Jordana Horn, a journalist at Kveller and Marjorie Shuster, Coordinator of Literary Events at Temple Emanu-El.
- Tuesday, January 31: Anna Quindlen on Write for Your Life
- Tuesday, February 7: Pam Jenoff on Code Name Sapphire
- Tuesday, February 14: Allegra Goodman on Sam
- Tuesday, February 21: Ann Leary on The Foundling
- Tuesday, February 28: Amy Bloom on In Love
- Tuesday, March 7: Geraldine Brooks on Horse
- Tuesday, March 14: Jennifer Rosner on Once We Were Home