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Cover features watercolor of man and women walking with child

Picnic in Provence

Elizabeth Bard
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Stefanie E.
Wednesday, Sep 23, 2015

A few years ago I read Elizabeth Bard's Lunch in Paris. It spoke to me at the time. She was recently married—I was recently married. She fell in love with someone outside of her culture—I fell in love with a Midwesterner (I'm a New Mexican). She loved to cook in her small kitchen—ditto! You get the point. She was my new literary best friend.

Sunday, Jan 20, 2013

Don’t mind the title, this book is much better than leftover cake. Editors Kim Perel and Wendy Sherman have stitched together a collection of personal essays from women who reveal the joys, dramas, peculiarities, and even tragedies faced during the first months and years of marriage. Each offers a unique perspe