As a teenager, Pamela Ribon would write lengthy love letters to the boys that she had crushes on. In her new book, Notes to Boys, she reexamines these letters and other journal entries to write about her life as a lovelorn teenager. In this edition, host Jeffrey Masters sits down and talks to Pamela Ribon about her new book, Notes to Boys: And Other Things I Shouldn’t Share in Public.
“The real tragedy is that nobody ever pulled me aside to gently inform me that some feelings I should keep inside, that not everybody deserves my truth…or at least so much of my truth.” – Pamela Ribon, Notes to Boys
Bio: Pamela Ribon is a bestselling author, tv writer, screenwriter, retired derby girl, and Wonder Killer. In addition to her novels (one of which landed her a spot in the Oxford English Dictionary under “Muffin Top” (look it up.), Pamela continues to work in film and television, notably having written for the Emmy award-winning show Samantha Who?. Her stage productions have become international cult sensations (Call Us Crazy: The Anne Heche Monologues), and she’s been a featured performer at HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival. On the Internet she’s known as “Pamie,” where she’s been running her wildly successful website pamie.com for a very long time, long enough to have been nominated for a “Lifetime Achievement” Bloggie. Pamela lives in Los Angeles, where she writes and writes and writes.