Today's guest, Delia Ephron, is a bestselling author and screenwriter. Her movies include The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, You’ve Got Mail, Hanging Up (based on her novel), and Michael. She has written novels for adults and teenagers, including her most recent, The Lion Is In; books of humor, including How to Eat Like a Child; and essays. Her journalism has appeared regularly in The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, Vogue, More, and The Huffington Post. Her hit play Love, Loss, and What I Wore (co-written with Nora Ephron) ran for more than two years off-Broadway and has been performed all over the world, including in Paris, Rio, and Sydney. She lives in New York City.
Delia came by to read from her new memoir, Sister Mother Husband Dog, and to talk about being born into a family of writers, throwing away her 20's, and why romantic comedy is important.
In Delia's words:
"When you’re in love, the only place you ever fall in love again is at the movies. And when you’re lookin