Behind the Mic: On Save Yourself by Cameron Esposito, Read by the Author
Jo Reed and Michele Cobb Discuss the Author's Journey From "Little Gay Kid" to Established Comedian
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Cameron Esposito invites listeners along as she recounts her journey from self-identified “Little Gay Kid” to an established comedian. AudioFile’s Michele Cobb tells host Jo Reed about Esposito’s skill at telling her own story in her voice, with an ability to move from snarky to serious. Espositio is the host of the LGBTQ+ interview podcast Queery, and with this audiobook, she provides longtime fans and new listeners with fortifying encouragement and starting points for meaningful conversations. Listen and discover an engaging author performance.
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