026 - Sara Schaefer Emmy Award-winning writer and comedian

Sara Schaefer realized, it's not the story you're telling, it's how you tell it, when she was writing her memoir, Grand. If you're a lover of memoirs, or the author of one, this probably rings familiar to you. Sara tells how she managed to shift from her comedian, public self to a more private self, not only to grow but write her book.

Sara Schaefer is an Emmy winning stand up comedian and comedy writer who's been featured on too many comedy shows to mention. If you don't already know her work, you're missing out. This episode, in another partnership with Warwick's Books, goes deep into the process of how Sara wrote her memoir, what she learned from it, and covers topics everyone can relate to. You'll also get to hear Sara read a passage from Grand, about an all too familiar bad haircut experience.  But, of course, you'll have to buy the book to get the full story.
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