Ravishly Editor Erin Khar Gets Lit


“Chatting with Leza in Get Lit With Leza was like one of those conversations you have with your best friend, the kind where you stay up all night talking about life and all the corners in it. Leza is one of those people who makes you feel like you’ve known her forever.”

Erin Khar




I write about things like addiction, recovery, mental health, relationships, parenting, infertility, self-care, and my undying love for Beverly Hills, 90210. My work has been featured many places, including Marie Claire, SELF, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, The Manifest-Station, and Cosmonauts Avenue. My weekly advice column, Ask Erin, can be read on Ravishly. My latest project is a forthcoming memoir that follows my recovery from a 15-year struggle with heroin addiction, as I learned to let go of shame, face the truth, and love and forgive myself.





“Everything that we are afraid to do; the anticipation or the fear of it is always greater than doing it. Even if it is something awful.”

Erin Khar


Talking to Erin Khar is the most fun I have ever had talking about the least fun things. We talked addiction, toxic relationships, depression, being crazy girls, self care, her Ask Erin column on Ravishly & much more!


About Leza Cantoral

Leza Cantoral is a human who lives on the internet. She is the editor of Tragedy Queens: Stories Inspired by Lana Del Rey & Sylvia Plath, host of Get Lit With Leza podcast, author of Cartoons in the Suicide Forest, & editor in chief of CLASH Books. She blogs at lezacantoral.com Twitter, IG, FB @lezacantoral

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