Woody Allen to Publish First Collection of Stories, Essays in 15 Years Including 10 New Pieces
Some good news: Circle June 7th. That’s the day Woody Allen will publish his first new collection of stories and essays in 15 years.
I’m very excited to report about “Zero Gravity,” which will include uncollected pieces from The New Yorker plus 10 new ones composed especially for this book. Fans of Woody’s earlier humor collections like “Without Feathers,” “Getting Even,” and “Side Effects” will be as thrilled as I am to hear this news.
Some of the titles include “Buffalo Wings Woncha Come Out Tonight,” “When Your Hood Ornament Is Nietzsche,” and “Growing Up in Manhattan.”
Woody has made 49 films including two recent ones, “A Rainy Day in New York” and “RIfkin’s Festival.” He’s written a 50th film which he hopes to shoot in Paris soon, and has a play in the works as well.