CJ Hauser on Wanting To Learn Everything From Katherine Hepburn

This week on The Maris Review, CJ Hauser joins Maris Kreizman to discuss her new memoir in essays, The Crane Wife, out now from Doubleday Books. Subscribe and download the episode, wherever you get your podcasts. * On the beauty of the second person: I have a beloved teacher, the writer Mark Weingardner, who said […] Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

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