Alexandra Auder, DON'T CALL ME HOME: A Memoir
Zibby interviews actress, producer, and author Alexandra Auder about Don’t Call Me Home, a gutwrenching, darkly humorous, feminist memoir about growing up with her mother—a Warhol superstar—in the vibrant, avant-garde New York City art scene of the 80s. Alex reveals the truth behind her childhood of “glamour.” She also talks about her later career as a yoga instructor, her book’s transformation (from fiction to memoir), and her experience portraying others truthfully in her writing.
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