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Personal Picture Paige Orloff   |  Female   |  Los Angeles, United States   |  Married   |  writer mom cook
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I am a longtime Los Angeleno, formerly working in film and television production, now a freelance writer, a job I mostly love. But I'm not so in love with L.A. lately, which is why my family (me, my husband and our two young kids, plus a dog, a cat and one tadpole-about-to-be-a-frog) is about to move to a farmhouse in upstate NY. I'll be chronicling that adventure, along with my culinary explorations and my reading (and anything else that strikes me) here on culturecloud.

You can also find my blog at newtalesfromtheparkside.blogspot.com.
 
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Some books are labelled literature, but don't live up to the name--they're junk, masquerading as important. (The odious, self-important Memoirs of a Geisha comes to mind.) But...
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