Monthly Archives: September 2013

Body Talk

I wrote about New York Academy of Art postgrad fellow Aleah Chapin’s fantastic  exhibition, on now, for ELLE.com. Read my piece here. And go see the show! Soon! In case you’re in London, her paintings of women she’s known from childhood on Whidbey Island, Washington, will be on display there next fall, at Flowers Gallery.

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Oceans Apart

I had the pleasure of reviewing a new novel from one of my favorite authors for ELLE’s October issue: The Lowland, by Jhumpa Lahiri. If you, like me, loved Interpreter of Maladies and The Namesake, get ready for another immersive, color-saturated, tear-inducing exploration of India — and the pangs of being separated from it.

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New Work @Refinery29

For my first piece for Refinery29, I talked to a group of savvy, high-EQ women who write about financial matters to get their take on how to respond when money talk gets personal. Read it here.

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Stuck in Suburgatory

I reviewed Tom Perotta’s new short-story collection, Nine Inches (yep, there’s a joke on the title — but I’m not going to spoil it for you here), for ELLE’s September issue.

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