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Taffy Brodesser-Akner and Tom Perrotta Wrote Books About the Opposite Gender
“I don’t think it’s a very useful rule for novels: ‘This is a woman’s story, so a woman should write it.’”
Tom Perrotta’s 10 Favorite Books
From Edith Wharton to Roz Chast.
breaking it down
Tom Perrotta on 7 Ways
Has Diverged From the Novel
The dog-shooting subplot, axing the tree, and other changes he signed off on.
Tom Perrotta on His New Show
The tragicomic novelist behind the Oscar-nominated films
Author Tom Perrotta Breaks Down How He Went Hollywood
It all started with
Peter Berg Will Direct
As adapted by
’s Damon Lindelof.
Is a Go at HBO
Just six months after buying the project.
Lindelof Talks to Vulture About New HBO Project
scribe chatted with our TV reporter about tackling another series with a central mystery.
Judd Apatow’s Comedy Complex Exhausts Funny Human Ideas, Extends Reach to Muppets
Author Tom Perrotta Goes From Church to Hooters
Perrotta spoke with Vulture during a brief stopover in New York on his national book tour.
the best part
Tom Perrotta Does Research, Blogger Style
Perrotta “spent a lot of time typing ‘Christian sex tips’ into Google.”
the early word
Book Expo GalleyWatch: Which Fall Books Got the Biggest Push?
Book Expo Sightings: Tom Perrotta, Adrian Tomine, Julianne Moore, and Someone in a Large Balloon Hat