Join Jennifer for a lively conversation with music journalist Charles R. Cross, to discuss the explosion of grunge music, all things Nirvana, the intersection of music and literature, and Jennifer’s compelling new novel Come As You Are set in 1992 Seattle. Come As You Are features “unforgettable characters who struggle with the dreams they ache to come true and the courage it takes to let them go,” writes New York Times bestselling author Caroline Leavitt.
Jennifer Haupt is the author of the acclaimed novel In the Shadow of 10,000 Hills, and editor of Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19, winner of the 2021 Washington State Book Award for General Nonfiction. She’s written for O, The Oprah Magazine, Travel & Leisure, The Sun, and many other publications. She curates the popular Psychology Today blog “One True Thing,” a collection of essays and interviews for authors and readers.
Charles R. Cross is the author of nine books, including the 2001 bestselling biography of Kurt Cobain, Heavier Than Heaven. Cross was Editor of The Rocket, Seattle’s iconic music magazine, from 1986 through 2000. He writes for numerous magazines, and is at work on a memoir about nineties Seattle.