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Laurie Notaro (Author of The Idiot Girls Action-Adventure Club)Really wonderful prose; the book is 100 pages too long. Unfortunate ending. We are given hints at the truth that is never revealed about Phyllis. Oscar’s time at Oxford is wasted pages, as is the ongoing saga of Jessica and Gerald. The writing is the strongest part of this book.
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Jen Lancaster and Laurie Notaro are some of the funniest female writers around these days, and when we received this new author one-on-one between them I couldn't wait to share it with Omni readers. Lancaster has just veered off from memoirs to fiction with her new book about a couple renovating a house together, If You Were Here , which brings to mind that old Steve Martin movie, The Money Pit. Notaro returns in July with new laugh-out-loud tales of marriage and family in It Looked Different on the Model. Reading their chat made me love them even more-- they're like the self-deprecating best friends that never run out of hilarious things to say. Lancaster: Before I get to questions, I have to take a step back and acknowledge how surreal it is to be doing a peer interview with you. When I was unemployed and looking desperately for a purpose in , I ran across Idiot Girls.
Laurie Notaro is a number one New York Times bestselling author. She was born in Brooklyn, New York and was raised in Phoenix, Arizona after her family moved when she was 7. She attended Arizona State University and graduated with a degree in journalism.
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Books & Co. - Laurie Notaro, Extended Interview 2/5: Fabric Addict
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Laurie Notaro's on a beach on the Oregon coast. The bestselling author and humorist whose Idiot Girls' Action-Adventure Club is all but required reading for somethings explains that a very rousing game of phone tag was the result of one distracting and delicious chicken fried steak with gravy on it and also her ringer wasn't on. She's taking what she describes laughingly as her "annual three-day vacation.
Laurie Notaro was a reporter and columnist for The Arizona Republic. Her work covers the genres of humor, women's fiction, historical fiction, and literary fiction. She lives in Eugene, Oregon. We try to keep BookBrowse's biographies both up to date and accurate, but with many thousands of lives to keep track of it's a tough task. So, please help us - if the information about this author is out of date or inaccurate, and you know of a more complete source, please let us know.