Marissa Moss in conversation with Lyz Lenz
Award-winning journalist Marissa Moss will read from and talk about Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Busted Up the Old Boys Club. "Moss traces the history of Guyton's, Musgraves' and Maren Morris' career against the larger dynamic that has defined women in country music...[This] is also a story of American politics, Moss argues. It shows how the battle for the soul of country music (and the dollar signs that come with it) mirrors a larger culture war in U.S. politics." --The 19th
Marissa R. Moss has written about the topic of gender inequality on the country airwaves for outlets like Rolling Stone, NPR, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Moss was the 2018 recipient of the Rolling Stone Chet Flippo Award for Excellence in Country Music Journalism, and the 2019 Nashville Scene Best of Nashville Best Music Reporter. She has been a guest on The TODAY Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning Show, NPR's Weekend Edition, WPLN, the Pop Literacy Podcast, and more. Moss will be joined in conversation by Iowa author and journalist, Lyz Lez, author of Godland and Belabored. Lenz has been widely published in places including The Washington Post, the Columbia Journalism Review, The New York Times, Pacific Standard, and Huffington Post.