In January 2016, Lena Dunham’s The Girls premiered at Sundance.
It was a breakout film for the feminist-leaning comedian, and in the months that followed, she was a frequent guest on the HBO show Girls.
A couple of weeks ago, she appeared on the Ellen Degeneres Show and discussed her new book, and what it’s like to get to know some of the people who made it possible.
She talked about how she became involved with the book as a way to understand what it feels like to have a story told to you.
Dunham and Ellen Degenerres spoke about their relationship and what inspired their shared story.
In the excerpt below, Dunham speaks about how her journey to write the book was different than her book tour, which she did in a book tour for her film, Girls.
She explained: I didn’t go out there with a book because I was afraid of being accused of writing an autobiographical book, or, I didn´t want to be accused of a book.
I wanted to make a film about women, about women of color.
I want to show the experiences that were shared in my life and what my experience is.
I had to do a lot of writing.
I think my experience in writing The Girls was different from any book tour I had done.
I actually have no idea how many books I have written.
I haven’t been able to get that far, because there was just too much work and too many people.
But there were so many stories to tell.
It seemed like I had an immense amount of work to do and I had a lot to say, and I needed to do it.
I was going through a lot and trying to do something and I just had to go with the flow.
I guess I was trying to be funny, and the book felt like I was doing the same thing.
And that felt right, because I feel like that’s the way I write.
When I get on the road and go, like, “I have to go,” and I go, “OK, what’s going on?”
I’m like, What is going on?
I need to go, because the book is a book, too.
And then, like: “I need to do this,” and the next thing I know, I’m writing.
But when I write, I feel the need to get back to the writing and get back into the act.
That was very different from writing my book tour.
I needed a little more time.
I don’t have a schedule, but I can write whatever I want.
It’s a very different kind of thing.
But then, it’s all the same.
I just got back into it and the rest is just a piece of cake.
Dunham also talked about her experience working with Ellen, and how she was able to make her experience a lot more personal.
When Ellen talks about how important her relationship with Lena is to her, she said that she wanted to bring her to the show in the way she always has.
The two have a lot in common.
When they first met, she told Ellen that she was nervous about coming to the table and asking Lena questions.
Lena, she says, was a little scared.
She was like, Yeah, I know what I have to do.
I know I have a really good story to tell, but what I really have to tell you is my life story.
So, she asked her to bring some questions, and she told Lena about her own journey, which included moving from New York to L.A. to college, then to New Jersey, then back to L, where she went to college.
She said she was really nervous about the whole process, but Lena, with her incredible energy and her desire to be in the moment, got her through it.
When she brought her book and her book club, Lena told Ellen about her experiences in New York.
When you’re working with a famous person like Ellen, you want to make sure that you have the best experience possible.
I didn, and it was awesome.
I got to meet some really amazing people, and Lena, in the end, came to realize that she had done everything she could to make Ellen happy.
I felt like she was so appreciative.
She also spoke about how Lena is always supportive, and that she hopes that Lena is as excited about writing The New Girls as she is about writing it.
So it was just like, I hope Lena gets the same excitement.
You know, as much as Lena, as an artist, I think it’s important to realize how much she meant to me growing up and to really be a part of that experience and make it something special for her.