From the New York Times op-ed columnist comes How to Know a Person, a practical and heartfelt guide to the art of truly knowing another person in order to foster deeper connections at home, at work, and throughout our lives.
In Conversation with Daniel Silva
In this achingly vulnerable memoir, Being Henry, the Emmy-award winning actor shares the disheartening truth of his childhood, the difficulties of a life with severe dyslexia, the pressures of a role that takes on a life of its own, and the path forward once your wildest dream seems behind you.
In Conversation with Brendan Canty
Jeff Tweedy, songwriter and founding member and front man of the GRAMMY Award-winning rock band Wilco, reflects on why we listen to music, why we love songs, and how music can connect us to each other and to ourselves in World Within a Song: Music that Changed My Life and Life that Changed My Music.
Hear from faith leaders and activists about the epidemic of gun violence in our country and city and what can be done to prevent it through legislation, policy, and community-building. Panelists include Kris Brown, President at Brady, and Pastor Delonte Gholston, Senior Pastor of Peace Fellowship Church and a member of the leadership team of Washington Interfaith Network’s public safety committee, in conversation with Sixth & I’s Rabbi Nora Feinstein.
In Conversation with Mark Leibovich
In Oath and Honor: A Memoir and a Warning, Liz Cheney shares a gripping account of the insurrection from inside the halls of Congress and tells the story of this perilous moment in our history—from those who helped Trump spread the stolen election lie to those whose actions preserved our constitutional framework, and the risks we still face.
In The Amen Effect: Ancient Wisdom to Mend Our Broken Hearts and World, Rabbi Sharon Brous—named America’s #1 Most Influential Rabbi by Newsweek and The Daily Beast—makes the case that the spiritual work of our time, as instinctual as it is counter-cultural, is to find our way to one another in celebration, in sorrow, and in solidarity.
Our Hidden Conversations: What Americans Really Think About Race and Identity is a compilation of these stories, along with richly reported essays and photographs that provide a window into America during a tumultuous era. The book offers an honest, if sometimes uncomfortable, conversation about race and identity, permitting us to eavesdrop on deep-seated thoughts, private discussions, and long submerged memories.
Have a Beautiful, Terrible Day! Daily Meditations for the Ups, Downs & In-Betweens is a collection of spiritual reflections and action-steps to help you get through any kind of day—good, bad, or mediocre. Bowler understands that every day can be an obstacle course, and we don’t always have magical lives that work out. She encourages us to develop our capacity to feel the breadth of our experiences as a way to become more resilient, courageous, loving, and honest—while discovering divine moments with God.