Behind the Mic: On Our Lady of Perpetual Hunger by Lisa Donovan, read by the Author
A Moving Memoir of a Baker’s Life Story in Her Own Voice
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Lisa Donovan smoothly narrates her memoir, Our Lady of Perpetual Hunger, with a firm hold on its meaning and implications, reading with a clear, pleasing storytelling voice to reveal the twists and turns her life has taken as a pastry chef, wife, and mother. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Alan Minskoff talk about her career successes and her real grievances about being underpaid and the commodification of her business. Donovan’s prose shimmers with sensory images and gustatory delights.
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