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Corrected: Elizabeth Gilbert at the Tennessee Theatre

In this week's issue, Cari Wade Gervin interviews Elizabeth Gilbert, the writer best known for the 2006 memoir/publishing phenomenon Eat, Pray, Love who's speaking at the Tennessee Theatre tomorrow night. It's a great interview, touching on Gilbert's time as a writer-in-residence at the University of Tennessee, the sometimes divided response to Eat, Pray, Love, Victorian novels, and Shelia Heti's novel How Should a Person Be? 

Unfortunately, the info about Gilbert's appearance tomorrow night is a little jumbled in the print version of the story. Gilbert's speaking on Saturday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35 (that includes a copy of Gilbert's new novel, The Signature of All Things). Sorry for any confusion. 

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