Alexandra Auder

Alex Auder, director of Magu Yoga, was recently included on a list of America's 100 most influential yoga teachers (she was in the top 25!): Alex is a native New Yorker who grew-up in the Chelsea Hote...

Don't Call Me Home: A Book Signing and Cocktail Party with Alex Auder in conversation with Lynne Tillman


at Kula Yoga Project (Williamsburg) (85 N 3rd Street
(Berry & Wythe) Brooklyn, NY 11249)

Help us toast to Alex as she celebrates the release of her memoir Don't Call Me Home!

This event is free—please register as we have limited space.

Alexandra Auder is a writer and actress. Born in New York City to mother Viva, a Warhol superstar, and father Michel Auder, an award-winning filmmaker who directed Chelsea Girls with Andy Warhol, Alexandra has been a featured character in HBO’s High Maintenance and has acted in the films of Wim Wenders and Jodie Foster, among others

A moving and wickedly funny memoir about one woman’s life as the daughter of a Warhol superstar and the intimate bonds of mother-daughter relationships. Don’t Call Me Home is fully cooked, wicked in its humor and often heartbreaking."
— The New York Times

“Gutsy…impossible-to-put-down…[Auder’s] childhood memories sparkle.”
– Associated Press

“[Auder’s] ability to hear her own voice through the noise of Viva’s is the key to this book’s charm and success…Don’t Call Me Home is very funny. Auder has the sense of humor of a person who became an adult as soon as they were born. In other words, she is a natural writer. And her honesty in not knowing the solution to a problem like Viva is comforting in its familiarity.”
– The Washington Post