Nora Ephron: Queen of all Media

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Nora Ephron, writer and filmmaker, guest New York Times op-ed columnist, blogger and the author of, most recently, I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman (Knopf, 2006), talks about women, politics, aging and writing for film, print and cyberspace.


Nora Ephron

Comments [4]

Chris Black

A refreshing segment. If NYT sheds more Judith Millers and adds more Nora Ephrons, they could end up with newspaper that's fit to read.

May. 23 2007 10:52 PM
roses from nyc

Kind of ironic that Nora Ephron could identify Deep Throat, yet prefers to hide her own neck.

As one of my friends said to me about being middle-aged, "you no longer have to worry about dying young."

May. 23 2007 02:58 PM
John Cauman from Manhattan

In concluding his conversation with Nora Ephron, Brian Lehrer characterized "opaqueness" and "opacity" as adjectives. Please note that both words are nouns!

May. 23 2007 11:53 AM
special monkey from soho

katie couric scares me - maybe it is her makeup, but the whole persona they are trying to make for her, as equal to jennings/brokaw/rather, is freaky - she should be herself, she's can't pull it off as either of the 3 listed (even the dead one).

thanks - best show on wnyc -other faves, on point & the world

May. 23 2007 11:31 AM

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