Writing Is Her Hot, Hot Sex

If you’ve ever laughed, cried, or screamed with the girls of Sex and the City, you’ve probably also claimed you were the Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, or Miranda of your crew. Are you unlucky in love, a lion in the sack, a prim and proper pleaser, or a levelheaded, logical lady? Your curly hair might sway you to think you’re the main character, but author Candace Bushnell is the real Carrie, complete with a relationship column and a ballet-dancer husband. Because any true fan knows Carrie should have ended up with Mikhail Baryshnikov.

And today at the Bankers Club, you can meet the woman who inspired you to drink those tart martinis and buy $800 shoes. No, not Cindy McCain — that’s next week. Bushnell will discuss One Fifth Avenue, her latest book about another one of New York’s society staples, real estate. Following her talk will be a Q&A with you, the people. This is your chance to ask all of your WWCD (What would Carrie do?) questions. We know the answer to all of them, though: She’d ask Samantha. To make your reservation, hurry up and RSVP at www.jbgevents.com. The cost is $60, which buys you a copy of One Fifth Avenue, lunch, and an afternoon of womanpower. Seating begins at 11:30 a.m.
Fri., Oct. 3, 11:30 a.m., 2008
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