Ask Me Anything: A Night with Annie Lane and Courtney Davison

7:30 p.m.

Annie Lane may not know you, but she gets you.

The internationally syndicated advice columnist is here for your most pressing questions:
—Why is my best friend with the worst guy?
—Is it ever OK to “ghost” a party?
—How do I tell my buddy he smells like a barnyard animal?

Annie’s Amazon best-selling debut anthology, Ask Me Anything, includes her favorite “Dear Annie” columns on matters of love, family, etiquette and friendship. No matter the size of your problem, Annie puts her whole heart into finding a solution with the objectivity of a stranger and care of a friend. She will shake you by the shoulders and give you the advice you need to hear, whether you want to or not.

Annie and her writing partner, Courtney Davison, invite you into the world of “Dear Annie”; they will read a short excerpt from the book, answer questions from the audience and stick around to sign copies.

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Annie Lane grew up in California and headed east to graduate with honors from New York University, where she majored in English literature and specialized in psychology. She earned her Juris Doctor from New York Law School. Since July 2016, Annie has offered common-sense solutions to everyday problems in her column, “Dear Annie.” Her advice is unusually perceptive. She is firm, funny and sympathetic, echoing the style of her biggest inspiration, Ann Landers. Annie lives outside Manhattan with her husband, two kids and two dogs. When not writing, she devotes her time to play dates and Play-Doh.


Courtney Davison grew up in Kimberton, Pennsylvania, and Virginia Beach, Virginia. She attended the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she received a scholarship for writing. In 2011, she won the Savannah Morning News Poetry Contest, judged by poet Patricia Lockwood. After completing her BFA in 2012, she moved to California for work and fell in love with the Golden State. She has copyedited dozens of novels and nonfiction manuscripts as well as thousands of short-form pieces, including internationally syndicated columns, press releases and essays. Her writing has appeared in publications around the world. She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her cat, Timber.



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