The Addictionary Podcast

#139 Stray: Memoir of a Runaway with memoirist, playwright, and performer Tanya Marquardt!

September 16, 2019

#139 Stray: Memoir of a Runaway with memoirist, playwright, and performer Tanya Marquardt! Maegan and Tanya talk about her battles with inner demons and making peace with her past plus how Tanya and a group of struggling adolescents supported each other through their emergent journey. Buy Tanya's book now and visit her website for more info https://www.tanyamarquardt.com.

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