Jenny Forrester has hit the mother lode.
This book is so goddamn good, you’ll plotz.
Bestselling memoirist and psychotherapist Kerry Cohen (Loose Girl: A Memoir of Promiscuity) explores complicated female friendships in Girl Trouble. Beginning with her relationship with her sister Tyler Cohen, who illustrates the memoir, Kerry examines the many ways female friendships can affect a...
Peter Selgin is a born writer, capable of taking any subject and exploring it from a new angle, with wit, grace, and erudition.
Violation contains important work from an important writer. I’m so glad it’s out in the world.
Sallie Tisdale is the author of seven books on such varied subjects as medical technology, her pioneer ancestors, and Buddhist women teachers. Her many essays have appeared in Harper’s, Conjunctions, The New Yorker, Antioch Review, Threepenny Review, and many other journals. This first collection...
This is a unique book. The writing is beautiful, the observations refined, the subject gripping.
How Ariel puts human tenderness on the page is an act of poetry damn close to sublime.
This is his best book ever.
Essayistic, narrative, and meditative by turns, Ponteri’s is a beautiful and truly courageous voice.
A tender, poignant and courageous narrative – insightful and beautifully written.
Nadelson chronicles his life in progress with the wry, warm honesty of an old friend catching up.
Moving, brave, and unforgettable, this deeply personal book pushes us all further into the light.
This is the book I’ve been waiting to read all of my life.
Frank Meeink’s story is inspiring, compelling, and moving. It has the power to change lives.
Name five books and/or authors we all need to read? Poe Ballantine’s exquisitely funky 501 Minutes to Christ.
A lovely, impressionistic book … idiosyncratic, entertaining, vulnerable and unpretentious.
Award-winning Australian journalist Mark Mordue invites you on his world trip that ranges from a Rolling Stones concert in Istanbul to talking with mullahs and junkies in Tehran, and from a cricket match in Calcutta to an S&M bar in New York, in addition to many points in between. Mordue chronicles...
A clear-eyed, compassionate, and rewarding book.
D’Arcy Fallon offers an irreverent, fly-on-the-wall view of the Lighthouse Ranch, a Christian commune she called home for three years in the mid-1970s. At eighteen years old, when life’s questions overwhelmed her and reconciling her family past with her future seemed impossible, she accidentally...
A modern-day Kerouac.
A remarkable anthology.
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