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'Telling the stories of women's lives' with Elizabeth Gilbert

Elizabeth Gilbert is the author of the memoir <em>Eat, Pray, Love.</em>
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Elizabeth Gilbert greets and talks with students from the Oregon Youth Challenge program.

Maybe you saw the movie starring Julia Roberts or read the book "Eat, Pray, Love," which was an international bestseller and sold more than 12 million copies.

Author Elizabeth Gilbert has written 10 books, including her latest, "City of Girls." She is writer-at-large for GQ and is coming to Boise on May 20 for The Cabin Readings and Conversations series.

She joined Idaho Matters for a preview.

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