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The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance: A Memoir

by Elna Baker

"A wickedly funny debut. Baker is both self-absorbed and generous, whip-smart and naïve; she apologizes for none of it."

-People

It's lonely being a Mormon in New York City. Every year, Elna Baker attends...


Two or Three Things I Know for Sure

by Dorothy Allison

Bastard Out of Carolina, nominated for the 1992 National Book Award for fiction, introduced Dorothy Allison as one of the most passionate and gifted writers of her generation. Now, in Two or Three Things I Know...


City Kid: A Writer's Memoir of Ghetto Life and Post-Soul Success

by Nelson George

"City Kid is perhaps one of the seven greatest books ever written. It has the realness of The Autobiography of Malcolm X, the warmth of The Color Purple, and the page count of Tuesdays with Morrie. It's a must...


Fever Pitch

by Nick Hornby

Nick Hornby has been a soccer fan since the moment he was conceived. Fever Pitch is his tribute to a lifelong obsession. Part autobiography, part comedy, part incisive analysis of insanity, Hornby's award-winning...


After the Stroke: My Journey Back to Life

by Mark McEwen

The intimate, life-affirming journey of recovery and rehabilitation from a major stroke, written by one of morning television's most beloved personalities

Mark McEwen was at the top of his game and enjoying...


Thank Heaven: A Memoir

by Leslie Caron

"Caron provides countless dishy details about her exploits which are sure to entertain film buffs, Caron fans and aspiring actors."

-Booklist

While still a teenager, Leslie Caron-the daughter of an American...


Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger

by Nigel Slater

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Blowing My Cover: My Life as a CIA Spy

by Lindsay Moran

Call me naïve, but when I was a girl-watching James Bond and devouring Harriet the Spy-all I wanted was to grow up to be a spy. Unlike most kids, I didn't lose my secret-agent aspirations. So as a bright-eyed,...


The Art of Sleeping Alone: Why One French Woman Suddenly Gave Up Sex

by Sophie Fontanel

Sophie Fontanel, bestselling novelist and iconic editor of French Elle, tells the provocative story of her decision to stop having sex—a choice that profoundly changed her view of herself and her place in...


The Handoff: A Memoir of Two Guys, Sports, and Friendship

by John Tournour & Alan Eisenstock

John Tournour, known to his many listeners and fans as JT the Brick, is one of the biggest sports radio personalities in America. Making it as a sports radio host is almost impossible, and JT went about it in...


Missing Men: A Memoir

by Joyce Johnson

Joyce Johnson’s classic memoir of growing up female in the 1950s, Minor Characters, was one of the initiators of an important new genre: the personal story of a minor player on history’s stage. In Missing...


Sanity and Grace

by Judy Collins

Sanity & Grace speaks to all who have endured the sorrow of losing a loved one. In the depths of her suffering, Collins found relief by reaching out to others for help and support. Now she extends her hand to...


Scribbling the Cat: Travels with an African Soldier

by Alexandra Fuller

When Alexandra ("Bo") Fuller was home in Zambia a few years ago, visiting her parents for Christmas, she asked her father about a nearby banana farmer who was known for being a "tough bugger." Her father's response...


One Small Boat: The Story of a Little Girl, Lost Then Found

by Kathy Harrison

This story of one little girl's journey through our foster-care system forms an intimate portrait of foster care in America and the children whose lives are forever shaped by it.

Augusten Burroughs called Kathy...


The Twelve Little Cakes

by Dominika Dery

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


White House Nannies

by Barbara Kline

As president of Washington's premier nanny placement agency, White House Nannies, Inc., Barbara Kline has spent the last twenty years handpicking and delivering nannies to elected officials, cabinet members,...


Words of Freedom

by C Rajagopalachari

To celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the Indian Republic, the Words of Freedom series showcases the landmark speeches and writings of fourteen visionary leaders whose thought animated the Indian struggle...


Memoirs

by Habib Tanvir & Mahmood Farooqui

As the man who brought the popular and the demotic into modern Indian theatre, Habib Tanvir is one of Asia’s most important and gifted theatre directors. In this memoir, touching on both the private and the...


Waiting for Birdy: A Year of Frantic Tedium, Neurotic Angst, and the Wild Magic of Growing a Family

by Catherine Newman

To fifty thousand readers, Catherine Newman is the beloved author of “Bringing Up Ben & Birdy,” a weekly column on babycenter.com. Now in the delightfully candid, outlandishly funny Waiting for Birdy, Newman...


Crimwife: An Insider's Account of Love Behind Bars

by Tanya Levin

It's so sad," she told me, "because you could have been something. You could have gotten to the top. You're smart enough. But now you're going to end up as just another dirty, scummy, rotten crimwife."

How...