Researching another nonfiction book on marriage.
For my last full workday at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, I set about researching a future book, tentatively titled 33. (A forthcoming subtitle will explain that.)
The book is, like The Marriage Act, about that age-old institution and the questions and ideas surrounding it. The first book I’m reading is Elizabeth Gilbert’s Committed, which has a similar but different project. Here is a quote from the book that renders the personal universal: “Destiny’s interventions can sometimes be read as invitations for us to address and even surmount our biggest fears.”