Sex and the Single Girl: The Life and Legacy of Helen Gurley Brown

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 7:00pm

Helen Gurley Brown was the most influential women's magazine editor of her generation, and arguably, of all time. An enormous range of notable writers worked with Brown, and Cosmopolitan magazine is now briskly sold all around the globe. Her recent death elicited an outpouring of responses from both former colleagues and combatants, and more surprisingly, from a diverse array of younger writers who still feel Brown’s influence today. 

Please join us for a panel discussion with Edith Zimmerman, Cat Marnell and Moe Tkacik and moderated by Alison Brower on Helen Gurley Brown’s legacy and relevance to the present and future of women’s writing and publishing.

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