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Lena Dunham is a woman of many talents. She can write, act, direct, and apparently give some pretty sweet advice. Much like Girls’ Hannah Horvath’s advice column “Holla At Hannah” from her college days, Dunham has been dishing out the advice in her new “Ask Lena” YouTube miniseries.  Dunham has been accepting questions from fans to promote her new book Not That Kind Of Girl, set to a whimsical hand-drawn background of a writer's office overlooking the NYC skyline. Read More
Lena Dunham, star and creator of the HBO hit series Girls, is a longtime supporter of Planned Parenthood, which is why they are teaming up with the writer on her book tour. This month the two partner to both promote Dunham’s new book Not That Kind Of Girl in nine cities and to educate women and men about prevalent health issues. Read More
  You thought you got that song out of your head. But it’s back. Rock the Vote, the organization that has been trying to make voting cool since 1990, is at it again. This time, they are luring youngsters to the polls with Lil Jon, Lena Dunham, Natasha Lyonne, and more, as well as the big, loud question: turn out for what? Midterm elections are November 4th, so be sure to vote! For what? For prison reform, for global warming, for reproductive rights - or, like Fred Armisen, because all your friends are doing it. Read More
Rosie O'Donnell interviewed writer, producer, actress Lena Dunham earlier this week on The View about her new book "Not That Kind of Girl", which just came out September 30 after much anticipation from fans and tons of rave reviews from critics. In the interview, the two talk about their friendship with the late Nora Ephron and the profound impact she had on Dunham in that short time. Dunham also touches on the term TMI- and how it's never used in regards to men sharing their stories. Read More
Lena Dunham, about whom you might think you already know everything, has written a book that tells you even more. It’s called Not That Kind of Girl; it features charming illustrations by Dunham’s friend Joana Avillez, and it’s out now via Random House. For anyone curious about what lies between the covers of this much-anticipated release, here are the answers to some burning questions: HOW LENA DUNHAM-Y IS IT? It is incredibly Lena Dunham-y. It is so Lena Dunham-y that I felt like Lena Dunham was reading the book to me herself, because I could hear the whole thing in her voice. Read More
You too can wax your ears with greatness, as tickets are now on sale for BAM’s evening of conversation with Miranda July and Lena Dunham. The event will take place Wednesday, Jan. 28 at the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn. Tickets start at $35. For those of you in southern California, a similar event is coming up in Pasadena on Oct. 15. July is a writer, artist, and filmmaker whose novel The First Bad Man comes out in January 2015. Read More
Lena Dunham shares a lot about herself with the world, both on TV and social media. Her revealing and candid essays, many of which have been published in The New Yorker, lay everything out on the table for the nation to scrutinize. And Dunham literally bares all in her hit HBO show Girls, which is going into its fourth season. Her candor makes some uncomfortable as her naked body makes many appearances. But Dunham isn’t finished. Read More
I came across Roxane Gay’s literature while I was deep in the clutches of ADD. But when I found her short story “The Year I Learned Everything” while poking around the web, I could not stop reading it from start to finish. Gay was there for me when I needed a voice to shout without dominating; she had true grit, without embellishment or pageantry. When I finished, I couldn't believe that the story was classified as fiction—her ability to convey the full spectrum of human emotions so effortlessly made my cheeks burn.  Recently, I headed to The Last Bookstore in L.A. Read More
Drinking Buddies director Joe Swanberg zooms in on the lives of lost and confused 20-somethings in his latest slice-of-life drama. Anna Kendrick stars as Jenny, a gal who moves to Chicago after a breakup to live with her film-director brother Jeff (Swanberg), his novelist-turned-stay-at-home-mom wife Kelly (Melanie Lynskey), and their adorable two-year-old son Jude (played by Swanberg’s real-life son). Together with her friend Carson (Lena Dunham), Jenny pushes Kelly to return to her writing, and the three women collaborate on an erotic romance novel. Read More
Stop what you're doing right now! Lena Dunham has just announced her book tour for her upcoming collection of essays, out September 30th, entitled "Not That Kind of Girl." Cue celebratory dance and requisite trips to Barnes and Nobles around the country. As someone with experience camping out in bookstores for midnight releases (I'm lookin' at you Harry Potter's four through seven) I can confidently say this reading and Q&A will rank amongst the top. Tina Fey's autographed "Bossy Pants" will have to share the rad female autobiographical shelf with Ms. Dunham's debut book. Read More