WHEREVER YOU GO, THERE THEY ARE
Stories About My Family You Might Relate To
Written with haunting detail, poignant family moments, laugh out loud comedy and social commentary, Gurwitch delivers a provocative treatise on the importance and insanity of family.WHEREVER YOU GO, THERE THEY ARE is a must-read for anyone who's even occasionally been frustrated by the people they share carbohydrate-laden meals with every year.
Like Roz Chast and Nora Epron, Gurwitch’s writing is sharp, funny, and emphatic.
Annabelle Gurwitchis an actress and the author of three books: theNew York Timesbestseller and Thurber Prize finalistI See You Made an Effort; You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up(co-authored with her husband Jeff Kahn), which is now a play receiving its fifth national tour; andFired! Her essays and satire have appeared inThe New Yorker, The New York Times,The Nation, Harpers Bazaar, More, Glamour, Marie Claire, Los Angeles Times,L.A. Magazine, Salon, andThe Hollywood Reporterand she’s also spent numerous years as a regular commentator on NPR. Gurwitch hosted programs on HBO, ABC, and The Planet Green Network. Her acting credits includeSeinfeld, Boston Legal, Dexter, Daddy Day CareandMelvin Goes to Dinner. Gurwitch has made frequent and much lauded performances on stage in Los Angeles and off-Broadway. Live performances include: The Moth, New York Comedy Festival, Caroline's on Broadway, Joe's Pub, and Upright Citizens Brigade.She isa prominent figure in the atheist and Jewish communities, active in the sustainability movement, and a comedic commentator on politics and culture. She is empty nesting in Los Angeles. Her solo show based onI See You Made an Effortheads out to performing arts centers around the country in 2017.
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