Mary Karr is an acclaimed poet. Her memoir, The Liars Club , won the PEN/Martha Albrand Award. She is the Jesse Truesdell Peck Professor of Literature at Syracuse University.
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by @marykarrlit - 6 hours ago
Yes this was my for real centerpiece. The Karr-family handshake was often a middle finger, so it’s meant in a lovin… https://t.co/YNsyfZRBKp
by @marykarrlit - 7 hours ago
To stop being mansplained to, bored, interrupted, mauled, etc. I found this useful list of sentences that a lotta w… https://t.co/zubldvRVqR
by @marykarrlit - 20 hours ago
Wishing you all a moist turkey and dry kinfolk....
by @marykarrlit - 23 hours ago
With wild respect to Joan Didion, I am what one pal calls a rugged indoorswoman.... https://t.co/J2opqH64lq
by @marykarrlit - yesterday
Yes this was my for real centerpiece, since the Karr-family handshake was often a middle finger. But...
by @MaryKarrLit - 7 hours ago
Up early making pie and pavlova and wobbly apricot tart (yes the Mary Berry recipe from Great Britis...
by @MaryKarrLit - 23 hours ago
Not too long ago I had a supposed guy pal physically restrain me while i squirmed and struggled and ...
by @MaryKarrLit - yesterday
‘When you’re not feeling holy, your loneliness says that you’ve sinned.’ Leonard Cohen ‘Sisters of M...
by @MaryKarrLit - 3 days ago
Here is George’s big Booker-winning book standing with its cape blowing back and my little book is w...
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