NEW YORK (AP) — "Eat Pray Love" author Elizabeth Gilbert and personal finance author-commentator Farnoosh Torabi will be writing columns for O, the Oprah Magazine.
Editor-in-chief Lucy Kaylin told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Gilbert will contribute an "uplifting column" about self-expression and creative living and will provide a video to go with her monthly writing. Torabi will be a financial columnist, "helping readers learn to take control of their finances."
The debut columns of Gilbert and Torabi will appear in the May issue, which comes out April 12.
Other books by Gilbert besides "Eat Pray Love," the spiritual memoir that became a film starring Julia Roberts, include the novel "The Signature of All Things." Torabi is known for the podcast "So Money" and such books as "When She Makes More."