In Conversation with Charlotte Clymer
Exploring power dynamics, presenting new research, and unearthing the sexism at the center of birth control, Gabrielle Blair’s Ejaculate Responsibly offers a case for rectifying misplaced accountability on women’s bodies and a call for men to become active participants when it comes to preventing unwanted pregnancies.
with Judy Kang, violin, and Seth Parker Woods, cello
Joined by two fellow “classical and beyond” luminaries, Judy Kang and Seth Parker Woods, Chad Lawson performs an evening of original works and new arrangements of classical compositions.
Best Strangers in the World Tour, In Conversation with Audie Cornish
The beloved host of “All Things Considered” is known for his adventurous spirit and insatiable curiosity, which has served him well whether he’s traveling on Air Force One with President Obama, navigating war-torn countries, or following community leaders fighting for social justice. His new memoir, The Best Strangers in the World, details all of this and more in captivating essays and is a true love letter to journalism.
In Conversation with Abby Phillip
In Sweet Enough, the New York Times bestselling author of Nothing Fancy offers over 85 rustic and simple yet sublime sweets designed for people who think they don’t have the time or skill to pull off dessert.
In Conversation with Kat Chow
On the occasion of the paperback release of the Crying in H Mart, the New York Times bestseller shares from her unforgettable memoir about family, food, grief, love, and growing up Korean American.
In Conversation with Martine Powers
With her trademark ability to bring complex women to life on the page, the New York Times bestselling author of Rodham, Prep, and Eligible, explores the neurosis-inducing wonder of love while dissecting the social rituals of romance and gender relations in the modern age in her latest novel, Romantic Comedy.
In Conversation with Molly Ball
In I Swear: Politics Is Messier Than My Minivan, the California representative shares what it’s really like to serve in Congress and exposes the gaps between politicians’ press conferences and real people’s lives.
Join Yale happiness expert Dr. Laurie Santos for a live recording of her hit podcast The Happiness Lab where she will share the latest science-backed happiness tips, answer your questions, and present more happy surprises to help you live with joy!