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Lisa Robinson’s memoir of her experiences as a rock journalist, There Goes Gravity, is getting rave reviews in its first week on sale. Packed full of insight into the biggest rock stars of the past four decades, People Magazine calls it “compulsively readable,” and the Chicago Tribune declares it “savvy, elegant… clear-eyed and appealing.” The book also received a starred review from Kirkus, which lauded it as “a backstage pass to the greatest circus of the 20th century.”  Lisa was profiled in W Magazine, and Vanity Fair ran a five-page exclusive excerpt from the book in its April issue. Last week Lisa was on NPR’s Weekend Edition, and this week she has appearances on CBS This Morning and MSNBC’s Morning Joe.