Carrie Brownstein to Release Memoir This Year

Image Courtesy of Brigitte Sire2015 looks to be an eventful year for Carrie Brownstein. Along with the new Sleater-Kinney album, No Cities to Love, and the Sleater-Kinney tour in support of said album, Brownstein will be releasing a memoir this fall.

"It pretty much ends with Sleater-Kinney going on hiatus, and a little bit of leading on from that," Brownstein tells NME.

However, Brownstein says that the book will not cover her time starring in and writing the IFC show Portlandia.

"[The memoir is] more about my journey to becoming just a musician and -- I mean, I don't consider myself a musician -- but becoming a creative person," she says. "Portlandia just seemed like a whole other, I don't's in there but not in the same detail as like, my childhood or touring or anything like that."

Brownstein created Portlandia along with former Saturday Night Live cast member Fred Armisen in 2011.

As for Brownstein's S-K plans, No Cities to Love will be released on January 20. The band's tour begins February 8 in Spokane, Washington and wraps up with a three-night stand in Seattle from May 7-9.

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