However, she’s also a great performer. She should be. Her previous books, Self-Made Man: One Woman’s Journey Into Manhood and Back Again and Voluntary Madness: My Year Lost and Found in the Loony Bin, were both describing her experiences playing very particular roles for an extended period of time.
When she was at Barnes and Noble back in April, she wasted no time opening up her latest book, Adeline: A Novel of Virginia Woolf, and diving into a scene. It was almost like a seance. Which I mean in the best sense:
Ideal Date: Oh, probably listening to her lecture somewhere, on anything. (I feel the need to point out that I am happily married over here)