Elizabeth Gilbert

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Eat, Pray, Love Author Mourns Death of Her 'Liberator'

Rayya Elias was Elizabeth Gilbert's friend, then partner

(Newser) - She famously found love and is now mourning a love lost. Elizabeth Gilbert—the author best known for her 2006 memoir Eat, Pray, Love—on Thursday announced the death of her partner Rayya Elias less than two years after the 57-year-old was diagnosed with pancreatic and liver cancer. Elias was... More »

Eat, Pray, Love Author Is Now in a Same-Sex Relationship

Elizabeth Gilbert announces romance on Facebook

(Newser) - Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert, who split from her husband of nine years in July , says she's in love with her best friend, a woman named Rayya Elias, who was recently diagnosed with incurable pancreatic and liver cancer, the AP reports. Gilbert says in a lengthy Facebook post... More »

Elizabeth Gilbert Splits From Her Eat Pray Love Love

She and husband Jose Nunes are separating

(Newser) - Elizabeth Gilbert is separating from her husband, Jose Nunes—or, as he may be better known to fans of her book Eat Pray Love, Felipe. That's the name she gave him in the book, which is about a journey she set out on after her first marriage collapsed, the... More »

Whatever Happened to Mr. Liz Gilbert?

Eat, Pray, Love author's ex-hubby can't be having a good week

(Newser) - How does it feel to be one of the world’s most famous ex-husbands, watching your wife ( as portrayed on screen by Julia Roberts!) rocket to fame, fortune, and Oprah’s book club with the success of her book all about your divorce? In the case of Eat,... More »

That Eat, Pray, Love Spiritual Retreat Will Not Save You

Many return broke, or at least bored

(Newser) - Just in case you read Eat, Pray, Love and now believe spending a month (and $19,795) at an ashram will change your life, the New York Post is here to tell you…it probably won’t. Thanks to the book, spiritual retreats are incredibly trendy, but many who take... More »

Gilbert's Latest Lacks Magic of Eat, Pray, Love

Academic interest in marriage obscures personal touch in Committed

(Newser) - Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert's new book, Committed, has our heroine coming to terms with marriage after swearing off the institution, with the aid of a lot of research. Some critics aren't convinced:
  • "One generally doesn’t indulge another person’s emotional processing at this length unless the
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