Delia Ephron

Oct. 24

JCC

The first time Delia Ephron had me laughing was when someone shared with me a copy of her 1979 book, “How to Eat Like a Child.” Since then, Ephron (sister of the late Nora Ephron) has written screenplays for “You’ve Got Mail” and “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” was a producer on “Sleepless in Seattle,” and has written many books, including this year’s “The Lion is In.” I suspect she’s got lots of stories to tell when she visits town to kick off the 14th Annual Ann Katz Festival of Books. Details here.

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