I grew up in Beverly Hills, California. Graduated from Barnard, and while there fell in love with New York City. I had parents who were screenwriters and have three sisters. Made several detours in life until I wrote How to Eat Like a Child, 500 words about children and food, which was published in the New York Times Magazine, and that was when I realized I was a writer. That article became a book, which, to my great good fortune, became a best seller. I became a contributing editor at New York Magazine, met and married Jerome Kass (screenwriter and playwright) and then moved back to Los Angeles and lived there for many years until I moved back to my beloved Manhattan.
My husband died in 2015. We’d been married 32 years. After that life took many left turns, some perilous, some wondrous. I have written about them in my book Left on Tenth. My passion is mostly work. I am happy at my desk. I have always written in many forms—I love bouncing among them—and have written adult novels, humor, children and YA books, as well as movies, plays, and occasional magazine pieces. But I also love to cook, love to bake especially, and am extremely fond of watching television, especially tennis.
Read all about Delia on her website.
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Delia Ephron has generously donated time to the Friends of the Ashland Public Library for our online Author Confidential Auction, helping raise funds to support our library programs for all ages. We are so grateful!