Rules for being a Girl – Candace Bushnell & Katie Cotugno
One More Chapter
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Episode 01: Candace Bushnell on Divorce After Sex in the City
The Divorce Doctor
I cannot tell you how many hours I watched Sex and the City analyzing the foursome’s every move to understand how relationships work. Did you spend hours watching it too? I was so excited to have a chance to interview the creator of Sex and the City Candace Bushnell for my Inaugural Podcast! It felt like such a huge gift learning from the woman who taught a generation about dating to hear her take on divorce. A critically acclaimed author, journalist, and television producer, Candace Bushnell shares her candid wisdom she gained from her divorce in our discussion on the Divorce Doctor. As I’m sure all of us know, or at least find out at some point in our lives, relationships can be draining. Sometimes you can find yourself putting so much energy and effort into someone who may not end up being worth it in the long run. For those of us who’ve experienced this, it can be one of the most exhausting endeavours we could ever allow ourselves to bother with. Some may say the effort’s worth it, some may disagree. My recent guest of the Divorce Doctor Podcast, Candace Bushnell, argues for the latter. Candace is the international best-selling author of 10 books, including Is There Still Sex in the City?, Sex in the City, and Summer and the City. Sex in the City, published in 1996 was the basis for the HBO hit series, and two subsequent blockbuster movies. I loved having Candace on the how to share her insights about the contract of marriage. We discuss the necessity of thinking long and hard before putting so much of your energy into a man, dealing with your spouse's emotional immaturity, and how you can take your divorce as an opportunity to find your voice.
How Candace Bushnell Created Sex and the City from Her Passion for Writing
Don't Keep Your Day Job
How do you deliver your message and give your audience what they want? Candace Bushnell, critically acclaimed, bestselling author of Sex and the City always dreamed of becoming a writer so she could shine a light on society's limitations that are placed on women. She shares how she's survived the world of editors, publishers and critics, what she learned about the creative business when her book became a hit TV series, how you can stay true to yourself and your mission, and how to embrace the process of working on your craft.- Buy Candace's books! https://www.candacebushnell.com/- Follow Candace on Instagram @candacebushnell- Thanks Lightstream! Apply now to get a special interest rate discount Lightstream.com/dreamjob
Is There STILL Sex in the City? A Candid Conversation with Candace Bushnell, Creator of 'Sex and The City', on The Visibility of Middle Aged Women, Dating, and Sex
We Should Talk About That
Who out there spent their 20's (and 30's) watching Carrie Bradshaw traipse around NYC in designer stilettos with her gal pals, downing cosmos and breaking hearts along the way? If this is a pop culture touchstone for you, then you will certainly get a kick out of this conversation! The Two Jess(es) sit down to talk with the creator of Sex and the City, Candace Bushnell, and ask: Is there STILL SEX IN THE CITY? As women like (or unlike!) Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Miranda approach their glorious middle age, Candace, in her typically hilarious style, shares with us her experiences and findings, which she has chronicled in her book: Is There Still Sex In the City? The three cover subjects like 'cubbing' not to be confused with 'cougaring,' the Mona Lisa Treatment, and what it feels like to be dating or not dating, after you have spent many decades dedicated to marriage, children, career, and now find yourself single. Many uncomfortable moments as these three ladies contemplate the fact that EVERYONE is having less sex...but why? Meet Candace:Candace Bushnell is the critically acclaimed, internationally bestselling author of Sex and the City, Lipstick Jungle, The Carrie Diaries, One Fifth Avenue, Trading Up, Four Blondes, Summer and the City, and Killing Monica. Sex and the City, published in 1996, was the basis for the HBO hit series and two subsequent blockbuster movies. Lipstick Jungle became a popular television series on NBC, as did The Carrie Diaries on the CW.https://www.amazon.com/There-Still-Sex-City-ebook/dp/B07NF9F12J/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2QUDXDUTVLKKS&dchild=1&keywords=is+there+still+sex+in+the+city+book&qid=1598230812&s=books&sprefix=is+there+sti%2Caps%2C139&sr=1-1Sponsor Info:Just Dance-Serious Training for the Young Dancerrhttp://5678justdance.com/Support the show (http://www.paypal.com)
Somebody pinch The Boys because they must be dreaming...it's an interview with the real life Carrie Bradshaw, CANDACE BUSHNELL!! The Boys and Candace talk Candace's life in 90's New York City, what the REAL Capote Duncan was like, and which SATC star she went to dinner with (we were surprised it wasn't Schmuel). And BONUS! Candace reads a chapter from her original landmark book, Sex and the City. Check out her new book Is There Still Sex In The City? wherever books are sold. Instagram: @TheBradshawBoysTwitter: @TheBradshawBoysSupport The Boys on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thebradshawboysCall us and leave a message: 917 410 1428 or record a voice note and email us - email@example.comCory Cavin (@corycavin)Jon Sieber (@jonsieber)Kevin James Doyle (@kevinjamesdoyle)Guest: Candace Bushnell (@candacebushnell)Voiceover by: Katie Sieber (@katiejeanne18) Produced by:Jeremy Balon (@remybalon)at Seltzer Kings Studios (@seltzerkings) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#59: Feminism & Dating in the 90's & Now With Candace Bushnell Author of Sex in the City
This Girl Life
On episode 59 of This Girl Life, Whitney and Kristen sit down with Candace Bushnell one of the original voices for single women everywhere. She created Sex and the City a column in the New York Observer into a book, then HBO turned it into one of our favorite shows of all time Sex In The City. Candace has bestselling books: Lipstick Jungle and The Carrie Diaries, Is there Still Sex in the City and a new book Rules for Being A Girl. We chat about her start as a writer in NYC, becoming a revolutionary voice for single women in the 90's, dating in 2020, and she shares so many juicy questions & details about the start/ creation of Sex In the City series. Follow Candace on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/candacebushnell/Buy Rules For Being A Girl Here: https://amzn.to/2Ccv0d1Follow along with @tglpodcast on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/tglpodcast/Get social using #tgltuesdays & don't forget to stalk your hosts: @kgrace01 and @positivelyposie
First Draft Episode #252: Candace Bushnell Candace Bushnell, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Sex and the City, Lipstick Jungle, and The Carrie Diaries talks about her newest book, Rules For Being a Girl, which she co-wrote with New York Times bestselling author Katie Cotugno. This episode was sponsored by HIGHLAND 2, made by writers, for writers. Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode Four Blondes by Candace James Truman at Details Magazine (a profile of Truman from The New York Times in 1999) Joan Didion, essayist and author of Slouching Toward Bethlehem, The White Album, and The Year of Magical Thinking Anna Kerenina by Leo Tolstoy Is There Still Sex in the City by Candace I want to hear from you! Have a question about writing or creativity for Sarah Enni or her guests to answer? To leave a voicemail, call (818) 533-1998. Subscribe To First Draft with Sarah Enni Every Tuesday, I speak to storytellers like Veronica Roth, author of Divergent; Linda Holmes, author and host of NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast; Jonny Sun, internet superstar, illustrator of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Gmorning, Gnight! and author and illustrator of Everyone’s an Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too; Michael Dante DiMartino, co-creator of Avatar: The Last Airbender; John August, screenwriter of Big Fish, Charlie’s Angels, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; or Rhett Miller, musician and frontman for The Old 97s. Together, we take deep dives on their careers and creative works. Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. It’s free! Rate, Review, and Recommend How do you like the show? Please take a moment to rate and review First Draft with Sarah Enni in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Your honest and positive review helps others discover the show -- so thank you! Is there someone you think would love this podcast as much as you do? Please share this episode on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or via carrier pigeon (maybe try a text or e-mail, come to think of it). Just click the Share button at the bottom of this post! Thanks again!
S3 Ep. 16: Solitude Versus Sociability: David Means and Candace Bushnell on Being Alone and Making Connections
In this episode, acclaimed fiction writer David Means and Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell share their experiences with solitude and sociability in quarantine. Means, author of the recent short story collection Instructions for a Funeral, talks to Fiction/Non/Fiction podcast co-hosts V.V. Ganeshananthan and Whitney Terrell about how writers use solitude to their advantage. Bushnell discusses the crucial role social life and friendship plays in Sex and the City and in the lives of New Yorkers. She also speaks about her new novel Rules for Being a Girl.To hear the full episode, subscribe to the Fiction/Non/Fiction podcast through iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app (include the forward slashes when searching). You can also listen by streaming from the player below. And check out video excerpts from our interviews at LitHub’s Virtual Book Channel and Fiction/Non/Fiction’s YouTube Channel.This podcast is produced by Andrea Tudhope. Guests: David Means Candace Bushnell Selected readings for the episode:David Means Instructions for a Funeral Assorted Fire Events The Secret Goldfish The Spot Hystopia “Two Ruminations on a Homeless Brother” Candace Bushnell Rules for Being a Girl (co-written with Katie Cotugno) Is There Still Sex in the City? Sex and the City Summer and the City The Carrie Diaries Lipstick Jungle Others I See the World by Jamaica Kincaid, Paris Review Daily On Isolation and Literature, The Millions William Carlos Williams Katie Cotugno Anna Karenina Edith Wharton Jane Austen Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How to Influence a Generation with Candace Bushnell
The SimplyBe. Podcast
Many people dream that one day they’ll write a book that will change the world. Candace Bushnell, our guest today on the SimplyBe. Podcast, actually DID. Whether you identify as a Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, or Samantha, Candace’s influence on society and women’s lives has been profound.This is one interview you won’t want to miss as Candace shares stories of the real men who inspired the characters of Sex and the City, which real man (Aidan or Big) that her mother hated, and why she came to write her brand new book, Rules for Being a Girl.Candace also has some advice for self-isolation and explains why humor is invaluable to healing.[02:22] - Choosing not to complain[03:57] - The real Carrie Bradshaw[05:58] - The SimplyBe. Ecellerator: Round 2[08:50] - A little weird[10:23] - Rules for Being a Girl[16:17] - Why Sex & The City struck a chord[21:02] - Influencing a generation[24:56] - True life experiences[30:19] - Life after the spotlight[33:13] - Lower your fears and be creative[39:28] - Advice for authors[43:12] - What does SimplyBe. mean to Candace?Candace Bushnell is the critically acclaimed, international best-selling author of ten books, including Is There Still Sex in the City, Sex and the City, Summer and the City, The Carrie Diaries, One Fifth Avenue, Lipstick Jungle, Trading Up, Killing Monica and Four Blondes. Sex and the City, published in 1996, was the basis for the HBO hit series and two subsequent blockbuster movies. Lipstick Jungle became a popular television series on NBC, as did The Carrie Diaries on the CW. Is There Still Sex in the City is currently in development as a TV series with Paramount. Bushnell’s new book, Rules for Being a Girl, is out now.Jessica Zweig, award-winning entrepreneur, personal branding expert, and founder and CEO of SimplyBe. will help you grow your brand and business. All-day, every day at SimplyBe., Jessica and her team of experts teach people how to grow on and offline by leveraging the most powerful marketing tool on the planet: authenticity. Now, she’s bringing the inspirational strategies and tactical marketing tools that have helped skyrocket her and her clients’ businesses to you.Jessica has been featured as a leading entrepreneur and personal branding expert in Forbes, Crain’s, MarketWatch, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Refinery 29, Tasty Trade, BizTech Magazine, Today’s Chicago Woman, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX News 32, and more.She is currently writing her first book, Be. A No-Bullshit Guide to Creating Self-Worth and Net Worth Just by Being Yourself. Follow her on Instagram @jessicazweig or send her a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to The SimplyBe. Podcast in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in Apple Podcasts. It really helps others find the show.This podcast episode was produced by Dante32.