Rarely does a best-selling novel both capture and define the spirit of an age, but I can think of two good examples — Philip Roth’s “Portnoy’s Complaint” and Erica Jong’s “Fear of Flying,” each of which played an iconic role in the sexual revolution of the 1970s. To put it another...
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Tag: Erica Jong
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Author Erica Jong, photo by Joy Bennett
Erica Jong is one of those iconic writers whose work has literally changed the world. Her most famous book, Fear of Flying, has sold 20 million copies worldwide. So I jumped at the chance to cover her reading and talk with Susan...
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This weekend, it's "Northward, ho!" as North Hollywood's NoHo Theatre District hosts the NoHo Theatre and Arts Festival. The two-day theater, performing and visual-arts fest features theater performances at 20 NoHo venues, music and dance acts on outdoor stages, arts...