This episode of “Literary Arts: The Archive Project” features musician, writer and actress Carrie Brownstein discussing her memoir, “Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl,” with writer and filmmaker Jon Raymond during 2016’s Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival. In this candid and casual conversation Brownstein discusses her time in the iconic rock band Sleater-Kinney, her acting and directing in the hit comedy Portlandia, and the publication of her memoir. In this intimate and sometimes humorous interview, we are given a glimpse into Brownstein’s life beyond the spotlight. Featuring readings from her memoir, we learn from Brownstein herself about the experiences that have shaped her into one of the Pacific Northwest’s most important artists.
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Literary Arts: The Archive Project: Episode #401
Original Broadcast: October 4, 2017