The Eat Pray Love author comes to town with a new book.
—Photo courtesy of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Cinco de Mayo is synonymous with margaritas and tacos, but this year you might want to consider eschewing the fiesta for author Elizabeth Gilbert’s appearance at the Paramount Theatre . Ten years have passed since she published the New York Times best-seller Eat Pray Love, and she’s marked the occasion by publishing a collection of nearly 50 essays called Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It: Life Journeys Inspired by the Bestselling Memoir (released by Riverhead in March). The short tales written by readers from all over the world—including one from Colorado—detail the life-altering impact of Gilbert’s book. The evening, which is guaranteed to be better than a watered-down margarita, includes a lecture and about 30 minutes of audience Q&As. Thursday, May 5, 8 p.m.; tickets start at $39