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Two out-of-print Nora Ephron titles to be published as a single volume

By Stephan Lee, EW.com
September 20, 2012 -- Updated 1409 GMT (2209 HKT)
Writer and filmmaker Nora Ephron, pictured in her New York home in 2010, died at age 71 on Tuesday, June 26. She is known for her romantic comedies with strong female characters. Writer and filmmaker Nora Ephron, pictured in her New York home in 2010, died at age 71 on Tuesday, June 26. She is known for her romantic comedies with strong female characters.
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • "Crazy Salad" and "Scribble, Scribble" have been out-of-print as solo volumes
  • On October 16, Vintage will publish both titles as a single volume
  • They'll also be available in their entirety as e-books for the first time on that date

(EW.com) -- Any existing physical copies of Nora Ephron's "Crazy Salad: Some Things about Women" and "Scribble, Scribble: Notes on the Media" are probably well-worn, underlined, and doggy-eared by now.

"Crazy Salad" and "Scribble, Scribble" have been out-of-print as solo volumes since 1991 and 1984, respectively. Vintage will give these two landmark books a fresh printing as a single volume come October 16. They will also be available in their entirety as e-books for the first time on that date.

"Crazy Salad," originally published in 1975, contains Ephron's famous, oft-quoted essay, "A Few Words About Breasts."

After Ephron died in June, did you go looking for her backlist only to have trouble finding these two titles?

See the full article at EW.com.

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