A refreshing interview with a Catholic from PBS (of all places)

Not perfect, but refreshing.

It's Mary Karr.

Here ya go:

pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/episodes/april-30-2010/mary-karr-extended-interview/6190/

The shorter interview has transcript.

Here is an excerpt:

VALENTE: Karr was known mainly as a poet until her coming-of-age memoir, “The Liars’ Club,” became a bestseller in the 1990s. It was the vivid story of a sometimes hilarious but often brutal Texas childhood.

(speaking to Mary Karr): Here’s a snapshot of your past, the past that you write about: troubled family life, unstable childhood, alcoholism, divorce, depression, near suicide. Who is Mary Karr today?

KARR: Well, it’s really been uphill since all that.

VALENTE: Karr reveals the rest of her story in a new memoir, a story summed up in its title “Lit”—as in lit from within by the literature she grew up with, by alcohol and drugs, and finally lit by a faith she found unexpectedly in the Catholic Church.

pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/episodes/april-30-2010/mary-karr/6188/

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The shorter interview has transcript.

Here is an excerpt:

pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/episodes/april-30-2010/mary-karr/6188/

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