Professor Mary Karr receives media attention for her new book, The Art of Memoir.

Sep 23, 2015


Several media outlets have recently featured Professor Mary Karr in regards to her new book, The Art of Memoir. She was profiled in New York Magazine by Molly Fischer in the article entitled, “Waiting for the Cable Guy with Mary Karr.”

Fischer writes, "But, of course, most people can’t write memoirs as good as Mary Karr’s, nor conjure their pasts with her richly observed abundance."

Read the full New York Magazine article here.

Professor Karr was also interviewed by Terry Gross on NPR's Fresh Air and by James Martin of America Media.

Listen to NPR's full interview here.

Watch America Media's full interview here.

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