Comedian Marc Maron: Attempting Normal
Marc Maron Discusses His New Book Attempting Normal
Comedian, podcast host and author Marc Maron discusses his new book Attempting Normal at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco's Kanbar Hall. This funny and compelling new book tells the story of how Maron hit rock bottom several years ago -- fired from his radio job, surrounded by feral cats, and emotionally and financially annihilated by a divorce -- and how he recovered. Since then, he's earned fame with his top-rated podcast WTF with Marc Maron, and his new TV show Maron is set to premiere on IFC. Attempting Normal tells the story of what came between, from minor-league hoarding and Viagra addiction to accidental racial profiling and shoplifting from Whole Foods. It's a brutally honest, deeply reflective book by one of America's most insightful comedians.
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