Elizabeth Gilbert on why being honest is better than being good, and her novel CITY OF GIRLS. (From the Archive)
Angie has been dancing in her apartment during covid. And her dancing reminded her of this convo from early 2020, before we were all stuck dancing in our apartments. On this episode, Angie speaks with Elizabeth Gilbert about dancing, becoming interesting, and why being honest is better than being good.
Elizabeth's book, City of Girls, is available now, and there's a link to purchase it on our website, LitUpPodcast.com. You can find more her work at https://www.elizabethgilbert.com/
Lit Up is a Podcast from Sugar23. It's hosted by Angela Ledgerwood. The show is produced by Liam Billingham. Mike Mayer and Michael Sugar are the executive producers. The theme music is by Andrey Radovsky.
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