Carrie Brownstein, the multi-hyphenate of "Portlandia" TV fame, the bands Wild Flag and Sleater-Kinney, NPR blogger and more is now somehow finding time to write a memoir for Riverhead Press.

The New York Times reports that the indie-rocker and Portlandia star has signed with Riverhead Press to publish a music-centric memoir. A title or publication date was not announced.

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In February, Brownstein and her other comedic-half, Fred Armisen, announced a parody travel guide Portlandia: A Guide for Visitors, based on their acclaimed IFC show, which they will pen for Grand Central Publishing.

The former Sleater-Kinney guitarist is currently on tour with her new band, Wild Flag.

No official date has been set for the as-yet-untitled memoir. The Portlandia visitors guide is due out in November, according to R olling Stone.

In other Brownstein news, this past weekend the increasingly ubiquitous musician/actress/author was also guest on the latest episode NPR's "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!" AND "WTF with Marc Maron." You can stream or download Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! episode here and the podcast of her interview with comedian Marc Maron here.

Brownstein's current band Wild Flag are on tour now.