In Conversation with Dan Kois
In Silver Screen Fiend: Learning About Life from an Addiction to Film, Oswalt details his coming of age as a performer and writer in the late ’90s while obsessively watching classic films that informed his notions of acting, writing, comedy, and relationships.
In Conversation with Gayle Wald
From the author of The Red Tent comes The Boston Girl, a novel about family ties and values, friendship and feminism, told through the eyes of a young Jewish woman growing up in Boston in the early 20th century.
In The Girl from Human Street: Ghosts of Memory in a Jewish Family, the New York Times columnist traces his ancestors across continents and decades, mapping patterns of struggle and resilience that converge into a resonant portrait of cultural identity in the modern age.
In One Nation, Under Gods: A New American History, Manseau explores an America shaped by people of all religions, cultures, and languages and questions why our nation’s founding has been so profoundly whitewashed as uniformly “Christian.”
In Worn Stories, Spivack presents clothing-inspired first-person narratives from cultural icons, offering a revealing look at the clothes that protect us, assert our identity, or bring back the past—clothes that are encoded with the stories of our lives.
In The Asylum: True Tales of Madness From a Life in Fashion—an unabashedly hilarious collection of autobiographical essays now out in paperback—Doonan gives us the inside scoop on the kooky, cut-throat—but always fabulous—fashion world.
In Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, the political strategist and former senior adviser to President Obama reveals the roots of his faith in democratic change and shares stories from the inner workings of American democracy.
In Journeys Home: Inspiring Stories, Tips and Strategies to Find Your Family History, Andrew McCarthy and the National Geographic Travel Team address the explosive growth in genealogical travel and offer tips to begin your own exploration.
The television legal analyst and attorney offers women a jargon-free legal guide they can employ to respond to common legal issues throughout their lives in On Your Case: A Comprehensive, Compassionate (and Only Slightly Bossy) Legal Guide for Every Stage of a Woman’s Life.
In The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, the YouTube sensation and one of Forbes’s “30 Under 30”—whose web show has attracted over 20 million views—explores what’s it like to be awkward in a world that equates black with cool and appeals to anyone who has ever felt they were on the outside looking in.