Elizabeth Passarella - GOOD APPLE

Elizabeth Passarella - GOOD APPLE

Elizabeth and I discuss Good Apple, how her love affair with New York City began, raising kids in Manhattan, how the term evangelical has become political, the loss of any middle ground in the United States today, her hilarious book cover story, and much more.


Elizabeth and I discuss Good Apple, how her love affair with New York City began, raising kids in Manhattan, how the term evangelical has become political, the loss of any middle ground in the United States today, her hilarious book cover story, and much more.

Elizabeth’s recommended reads are:

  1. Sorrow and Bliss by Meg Mason
  2. Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

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Elizabeth Passarella

Author

Elizabeth Passarella is a magazine writer and the author of the essay collection Good Apple. She is a former editor at Real Simple, Vogue, and In Style, and is currently a contributing editor at Southern Living. Elizabeth is originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but has lived in New York City for 22 years. She and her husband are raising three kids in a two bedroom apartment.