• Lili Anolik and Geoff Dyer got together to discuss old movies and new books (their own, Hollywood’s Eve and Broadsword Calling Danny Boy respectively).
  • Lili Anolik: In 1941, Preston Sturges made Sullivan’s Travels, about John S. Sullivan, a wildly successful director of comedies, the most successful being Ants in Your Pants of 1939.
  • You often come up with these alternative forms, forms I’ve never seen before, forms that seem dictated by the subject you’re writing about.
  • LA: Oh, it’s painful for me when someone comes up and says, ” I love L.A. Woman,” thinking I’ll be pleased.
  • The person, sexually, who comes out best in your book is Harrison ” Seven Times a Night” Ford.

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