Kurt Andersen and Nora Ephron
I have discovered in my old age that the reason I have left a trail of Kleenexes in my wake my entire life is that I have allergies, and the reason I can't leave the house without going back for something I have forgotten is that I have ADD. So I am perfectly comfortable, in my new mode as an ADD-afflicted person, to blame the illness.
Did you see the Open?
Did you see the Emmys?
Think it over while I'm getting my toes done.
Kurt Andersen was architecture critic for Time, co-founder of Spy, and editor of New York magazine. He now writes for The New Yorker, and his best-selling first novel, Turn of the Century, was published in May (click here to buy it). Nora Ephron is a screenwriter and director. Her films include Sleepless in Seattle, Michael and, most recently, You’ve Got Mail.