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Published on Jul 12, 2010
About this talk: According to Erica Jong, we are all beginners who should never say, "I can't." Here, the acclaimed author opens up about family dynamics, personal anecdotes, Judaism, and politics. She gives advice on becoming a writer and reveals there is only one way to do it. As well, find out why the balance between moving forward and remembering the past is so important -- all from a speaker with an uncanny knack for storytelling.
About this speaker: Erica Jong is a poet, novelist and essayist best known for her eight best-selling novels: Fear of Flying, which has sold twenty million copies in thirty-seven languages, How to Save Your Own Life, Fanny: Being the True History of the Adventures of Fanny Hack about-Jones, Parachutes & Kisses, Shylock's Daughter(formerly Serenissima), Any Woman's Blues, Inventing Memory and Sappho's Leap.