Hello American Lady Creature: What I learned as a Woman In Qatar. Lisa L. Kirchner has written for publication since 1992, when her review of the film, I’ll Do Anything, presaged a career. While working at various times for The Andy Warhol Museum, Ketchum Public Relations, Carnegie Mellon University and the Tribeca Film Festival, her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, Budget Travel, and Salon.com among numerous others.She’s attended the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference and did a summer stint at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her work is part of the compilation Learning to Love You More (Prestel Publishing, 2007). And essays based on this book have appeared in xoJane, Opium and Reality Sandwich. She has also hosted, produced and performed in storytelling shows, including the Upright Citizens Brigade’s Happy Hour Story Hour, The Moth, Risk, and her very own Next Chapter. She is the memoirs editor for the New York Writers’ Workshop literary magazine. She teaches yoga in New York City and has toured the "Yoga For Getting Over It" workshop nationally. She's currently working on the story of what came after this narrative, when she moved to India to study yoga and meditation. Her tentative title is Meeting My Inner Bitch: How I Turned Drama into Dharma. More at LisaLKirchner.com.
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