The Front Row

The Front Row, Monday, 01/11/2010

New York Times best-selling author, Mary Karr talks with St. John about Lit. It is the third and latest of the memoirs in which she chronicles her years of rebellion, political activism, serious drug and alcohol abuse … the dissolution of her marriage … and her eventual — "unlikely," as she describes it — embrace of Roman Catholicism…

Texas visual artist John Pavlicek speaks with Houston Public Radio’s Meghan Hendley at Gremillion and Company Fine Art. Ordinary Miracles, the gallery’s exhibition of Pavlicek’s recent paintings and collages, is on view through this Saturday only. Listen Download

Best-selling writer and native Texan, Mary Karr, is currently Professor of English Literature at Syracuse University in New York.  Her new book is Lit: A Memoir, from which she reads this evening at 7:30 at the Hobby Center’s Zilkha Hall on the Margarett Root Brown Reading Series presented by Inprint. She chats with St. John Flynn. Listen Download