PEN World Voices Festival | Forbidden: Too Punk, Too Queer with Carrie Brownstein and Thomas Meinecke

Carrie Brownstein and Thomas Meinecke discuss life and art from their lives in the punk scene and LGBTQ communities. Kathy Tu, co-host and co-managing editor of the WNYC studios podcast Nancy, moderates a discussion on what it means to be heard, loudly. 

Carrie Brownstein is an American musician, writer, actress and comedian. She has been a member of the bands Excuse 17 and Wild Flag, and currently performs and tours with the punk-indie trio Sleater-Kinney. Brownstein wrote and appeared in a series of comedy sketches with Fred Armisen which were then developed into the Emmy Award- and Peabody Award-winning TV series “Portlandia” on IFC. Her memoir, “Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl” was published in 2015.











When: Mon., May. 1, 2017 at 7:00 pm
Where: The Greene Space
44 Charlton St.
646-829-4000
Price: $30
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Carrie Brownstein and Thomas Meinecke discuss life and art from their lives in the punk scene and LGBTQ communities. Kathy Tu, co-host and co-managing editor of the WNYC studios podcast Nancy, moderates a discussion on what it means to be heard, loudly. 

Carrie Brownstein is an American musician, writer, actress and comedian. She has been a member of the bands Excuse 17 and Wild Flag, and currently performs and tours with the punk-indie trio Sleater-Kinney. Brownstein wrote and appeared in a series of comedy sketches with Fred Armisen which were then developed into the Emmy Award- and Peabody Award-winning TV series “Portlandia” on IFC. Her memoir, “Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl” was published in 2015.