In Conversation with Wajahat Ali
From the New York Times bestselling author of Exit West comes The Last White Man, which follows the events set in motion when a man named Anders wakes up one day to find that his skin has suddenly turned dark, raising provocative questions about race, identity, and tribalism in a radically changing world.
With Special Guest Jamie Miller
The U.K.-based singer-songwriter follows up the success of his chart-topping debut album Only Human with a new evolution of his artistry, infusing even more raw emotion into his soulful and timeless sound.
In Conversation with Tope Folarin
From the winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature comes Afterlives, which is a sweeping, multi-generational saga of displacement, loss, and love, set against the brutal colonization of East Africa and illuminating a legacy of dislocation that is still with us today.
In Conversation with Derek Thompson
For the answers to the rest of the weirdest questions you never thought to ask, the New York Times bestselling author is back with What If? 2: Additional Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions.
In celebration of their book Lady Secrets, share your own secrets and feel less alone with Keltie Knight, Jac Vanek, and Becca Tobin, the New York Times bestselling authors of Act Like a Lady and hosts of the wildly successful podcast-turned TV show.
A bona fide living guitar legend, the pioneering artist known for blending world music and jazz has established himself as one of the top guitarists of our time over his four-decade career.
In Conversation with Soraya Chemaly
On Repentance and Repair: Making Amends in an Unapologetic World offers a crucial new perspective to navigating conflict, applying an ancient framework to the country’s most painful contemporary issues—from systemic racism and the legacy of enslavement to the #MeToo movement and Native American land rights—as well as personal transgressions.
In The West Wing and Beyond: What I Saw Inside the Presidency, Souza shares rarely seen photos and stories of life and work in the White House, the Situation Room, and more. You’ll go behind the scenes of consequential moments in the Oval Office, decisive meetings in the West Wing, and even some fun moments aboard Air Force One—all offering a fascinating look into the details that comprise the modern presidency.
A quarter of a century after her memoir, Thinking in Pictures, forever changed how the world understood autism, Grandin transforms our awareness of the different ways our brains are wired in Visual Thinking: The Hidden Gifts of People Who Think in Pictures, Patterns, and Abstractions.