SSS on The New Yorker site

April 30th, 2021 | Uncategorized

The Semi-Sadistic Seven Minute Workout

The New Yorker has this excerpt from The Secret to Superhuman Strength up on Daily Shouts. I am entranced with the way it looks on my phone.

Also, there’s a hilarious prose piece by Roz Chast, with whom I will be launching my book Tuesday night at the (virtual) 92nd St. Y. She discusses the terms people use for those meals when they’re using up leftovers. In our house, it’s “pantry party.”

6 Responses to “SSS on The New Yorker site”

  1. Aneliese says:

    Hope you are feeling the love, Alison. The new book is beautiful, cool, wise, funny and amazing.

  2. Mentor says:

    [[AB’s interview about SSS with NPR’s LuLu Garcia-Navarro: [CLICK HERE]. —Mentor]]

  3. Aunt Soozie says:

    I’m a little late to the party but, Hi Alison and hello old friends!! Doctor E sent me a message to let me know you were here. My Aunt (Aunt Soozie has Aunts) sent me an email yesterday to let me know about the virtual event at the Free Library of Philadelphia. Can’t wait to be there!

  4. Mentor says:

    [[The New Yorker’s article about SSS (by Katy Waldman): [CLICK HERE]. —Mentor]]

  5. Alison Bechdel says:

    Hey Aunt Soozie!!! So great to see you here! Looking very forward to the PFL tomorrow. Too bad we can’t all be there in person like before.

  6. Mentor says:

    [[AB appears on Fresh Air with Terry Gross this Weds (5Apr2021): [CLICK HERE]. —Mentor]]

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