Inside The Waugh Zone
Evelyn Waugh’s grand-daughter talks Hollywood, hookers and her new novel, Honeyville
According to her regular column in the Sunday Times she promoted her last book, “a feminist diatribe on modern motherhood” by “lying on a giant, polystyrene cut-out of my own name. In a tight red satin skirt which didn’t belong to me, and some magnificent shoes covered in velvet and jewels, on loan from Manolo Blahnik.”
To promote her latest novel— she sits down with us!
But before we get to Honeyville— the pet name of the only town in Colorado where prostitution was legal in 1913— she gripes about trying to make it as a Hollywood screenwriter. She also opens up about being a Waugh, an atheist who loves the Tarot and the personal repercussions of her successful and divisive I don’t know why she bothers: Guilt-free Motherhood for Thoroughly Modern Women.
By the time we reach whether it was better to be a whore than a wife in the Wild West— as proclaimed by Honeyville’s protagonist— the gloves are well and truly off.
This Daisy is no shrinking wallflower!
Follow her on twitter @didwaugh.
- Show link: Learn to read the tarot deck from Tactical Tarot
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