seductive and edgy...
The couples shared vacation in Italy unravels like a Greek tragedy ... in Ephron's brilliant take down of marital and familial pretense.
SIRACUSA is an Italian aria, a Greek tragedy and a modern American masterpiece written by Delia Ephron at the height of her powers. This is a story of two complicated marriages, one vulnerable child and a trip to Italy that changes each of their lives forever. Secrets, lies, love raging, love dying and the shame of unrealized potential are exposed in detail under the Sicilian sun.
Delia Ephron’s Siracusa is a stunning portrait of two marriages coming unraveled during the stress of travel abroad. Insightful and engaging. A must read!
Published in the New York Times Sunday Review
THERE is probably nothing about me that is not in the hands of hackers.
First, JPMorgan Chase, where I have a bank account, got hacked, then Sony, where I have worked as a screenwriter, then Morgan Stanley, where I have a brokerage account, then Anthem Blue Cross, which has my medical ...
Published in the New York Times SundayReview
The other week I was riding crosstown in an Uber car, chatting with the very nice driver about how much I liked Uber, and the driver said, by way of being helpful, I believe, “You have a 4.5 rating. If it drops to 4.0, no driver will pick you ...