“Portlandia"’s feminist bookstore owner takes a sexy European vacation: “When it comes to my erotic life, there are many details”

Salon has an exclusive clip of the new "Portlandia" tie-in audiobook, written and performed by Fred Armisen

Published January 7, 2016 1:40PM (EST)

Fred Armisen as Candace of Women and Women First, "Portlandia" (IFC)
Fred Armisen as Candace of Women and Women First, "Portlandia" (IFC)

Ahead of the January 21 premiere of “Portlandia”’s sixth season, Audible teamed up with IFC to produce “Portlandia Travelogue: The Brussels to Antwerp Express,” a fifteen-minute-long audiobook written and performed by Fred Armisen in character as Candace Deveraux, co-owner of hyper-feminist bookstore Women and Women First. Follow along as Deveraux spares no detail of her “erotic” European journey.

“Portlandia”—the brainchild of SNL-alum Armisen, Sleater-Kinney guitarist (and memoirist) Carrie Brownstein, and writer Jonathan Krisel—is an Emmy-winning sketch-based satire set in the City of Roses.

The free audio download—available here—will remain available for the ten-episode duration of season six. Catch the “Portlandia” season premiere Thursday, January 21 at 10 p.m. on IFC.

Listen below to a preview of Ms. Devereaux's ... er, sexy secrets:

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By Brendan Gauthier

Brendan Gauthier is a freelance writer.

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