Scribble Scribble - Nora Ephron I had to reread this before sending it to the library book sale. I cannot, of course, get rid of it without rereading it first. Clearing some space on my shelves is going to take awhile.

I enjoy Ephron's writing, though I'll probably (reread and then) get rid of Heartburn, too.

The columns collected in this book were written in the mid-70s. I don't know if it's the time distance from that period or the New York/D.C.-centrism of the pieces that confused me - there were many references to people or events that I just didn't recognize. I was certainly able to read and enjoy the pieces without knowledge of these references, but they caught me up. It works well as a window into the era of the 70s, and also into the world of journalism.