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Update Monday 11/28: We have received reports that Harvard.com has become unavailable due to a flood of inquiries following a tweet by Mindy Kaling. Tickets are only available through Harvard Book Store, so if the site remains down we recommend contacting them by phone at 617 661-1515 or visiting them in person at 1256 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge.
Tickets to this event are $27 and include a copy of Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? Tickets go on sale November 14, 2011 at Harvard Book Store and online at Harvard.com.
Harvard Book Store is delighted to welcome Emmy nominated writer and actress MINDY KALING for a reading of her new book, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns).
Mindy Kaling has lived many lives: the obedient child of immigrant professionals, a timid chubster afraid of her own bike, a Ben Affleck–impersonating Off-Broadway performer and playwright, and, finally, a comedy writer and actress prone to starting fights with her friends and coworkers with the sentence “Can I just say one last thing about this, and then I swear I’ll shut up about it?”
Perhaps you want to know what Mindy thinks makes a great best friend (someone who will fill your prescription in the middle of the night), or what makes a great guy (one who is aware of all elderly people in any room at any time and acts accordingly), or what is the perfect amount of fame (so famous you can never get convicted of murder in a court of law), or how to maintain a trim figure (you will not find that information in these pages). If so, you’ve come to the right book, mostly!
In Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?, Mindy invites readers on a tour of her life and her unscientific observations on romance, friendship, and Hollywood, with several conveniently placed stopping points for you to run errands and make phone calls. Mindy Kaling really is just a Girl Next Door—not so much literally anywhere in the continental United States, but definitely if you live in India or Sri Lanka.
“She’s like Tina Fey’s cool little sister. Or perhaps… the next Nora Ephron.” —The New York Times