Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Tomorrow's event

So, yes. It is ticketed. It's $50 a head, and included food - as well it should. I don't know if it's sold out but tickets were for at least awhile available online or by calling 800-NYT-1870.

Cheers...

6 Comments:

Blogger MrLittlePants said...

How did it go? I work at the FCI but wasn’t able to attend the reading. I was hoping to meet you! I love your book!

12:51 PM  
Blogger Christine said...

Hi there - Unable to immediately perceive an email address, I thought this might reach you - just reviewed your book (among others) for The Toronto Star. http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=thestar/Layout/Article_Type1&call_pageid=971358637177&c=Article&cid=1132405243265

Cheers,

c

9:29 AM  
Blogger Zora said...

I'm not crafty enough to track down your email address, but I just wanted to say howdy, neighbor--I live in Astoria (and happen to be from New Mexico). I thoroughly enjoyed your book--especially the judicious use of the word 'fuck.'

If you email me [zloneill at yahoo], I have an Invitation You Cannot Refuse. (OK, purely figurative...but I imagine you'd like it.)

11:24 PM  
Blogger No Sluggo Dave said...

Chef Mitchell Maxwell welcomes Julie Powell, author of Julie & Julia, 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen to Maxwell’s 148 in Natick on Tuesday, December 6th. Powell, who spent a year cooking her way through Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking, will be on hand to read excerpts from her memoir, the vodka-soaked, tear-stained story of Powell’s triumphs and failures in the kitchen. Chef Maxwell, for his part, will be creating a menu straight from Child’s venerable 1961 cookbook. The event, which begins at 7:00pm, costs $75 per person, which includes a copy of Julie & Julia (but does not include wine, tax or gratuity). For more information and to make reservations, call 508.907.6262.

10:05 AM  
Blogger Jane said...

I started reading your book last night - it's brilliant. Today was writing about it on my blog and looked up some reviews, only to discover you have a new blog, so I can tell you directly how much you make me laugh (and haunt me with the description of the head-banging woman on the subway).

9:28 AM  
Blogger nancy said...

Julie! I just finished your book on a drive back from the Bay Area and I have to say BRAVO. For finishing the project, for finishing writing the whole story down and then publishing it, and for writing the way you speak (which is hilarious and reminds me of me talking)...which brings me to my question. How do you feel now? I ask because I opened a restaurant three years ago and am trying to write the fucking (yes, the fucking) cookbook I have been saying I wanted to write for the past 20 years. Do you feel relieved? Panicked? Satisfied? I have just started the agonizing process and am looking for a word from a pro (who does not have her head up her ass). Thanks! I am at www.dishcafecatering.com and live in Reno.

Nancy

9:05 PM  

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