In Conversation with Scott Stossel
In Spinster: Making a Life of One’s Own, Bolick uses her personal experiences to explore why she, and more than 100 million American women, remains unmarried today.
In Conversation with Daniel Jones
In Whatever…Love is Love: Questioning the Labels We Give Ourselves, actress Maria Bello shares what she’s learned about love, family relationships, spirituality, sexual identity, career, humanitarian work, and her worth as a mother.
In The Wright Brothers, the two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize tells the dramatic story behind Wilbur and Orville Wright, the courageous brothers who taught the world how to fly and changed history.
In I Suck at Relationships So You Don’t Have To, the reality TV star and self-made businesswoman takes a deep look at her own relationship history and gets to the heart of the mistakes women make and what it takes to find and sustain a meaningful connection.
In Conversation with Alyssa Rosenberg
In A Field Guide to Awkward Silences, Petri demonstrates that we all have a little awkward in us, and if we embrace it, life can be infinitely more interesting.
In Conversation with Linda Holmes
In the Unlikely Event, an adult novel, bring us the lives of three generations of families, friends, and strangers, who will be profoundly affected by a series of passenger airplane crashes in Elizabeth, New Jersey within a three-month period in 1951–1952.
In Altruism: The Power of Compassion to Change Yourself and the World, the Buddhist monk argues that altruism—genuine concern for the well-being of others—could be the saving grace of the 21st century.