J.R. Moehringer (U.S.A.) is a journalist and winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize. In 2005 his autobiographical novel Tender Bar was published and subsequently became a highly praised bestseller. Moehringer grew up in the local bar under the watchful eye of a number of surrogate fathers in the blatant absence of his own. This memoir reads as a coming of age novel which recounts the first beer, learning how to be cool, learning that you don't die of a broken heart and that dreams can come true if you really fight for them.
"[An] exquisite memoir... The book, by turns hilarious and poignant, evokes the fascinating characters who became the author's surrogate fathers, as well as his coming of age on a bar stool." -Yale Alumni
Moehringer will be interviewed by writer and journalist Arjan Visser
On Thursday June 13th BorderKitchen presents an interview with the...
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