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A Sorrow Beyond Dreams

by Peter Handke & Ralph Manheim

"My mother has been dead for almost seven weeks: I had better go to work before the need to write about her, which I felt so strongly at her funeral, dies away and I fall back into the dull speechlessness with...


The Wrong Dog Dream: A True Romance

by Jane Vandenburgh

The author calls this “a true romance,” saying, it’s the part of her personal history she, being superstitious, was almost afraid to write. She’d grown up accustomed to bad luck, but had – by accident...


The Forest House: A Year's Journey Into the Landscape of Love, Loss, and Starting Over

by Joelle Fraser

Following divorce, Fraser resolves to stay in the small mountain town where her son’s father lives, but it soon proves too claustrophobic. She finds relief a world away in a small house up a winding road tucked...


A World Ago: A Navy Man's Letters Home (1954-1956)

by Dorien Grey

It's not often one has the chance to become 20 again... A World Ago chronicles, through one young man's journal and vivid letters to his parents, his life, adventures, and experiences at a magical time. It follows...


Tripping with Allah: Islam, Drugs, and Writing

by Michael Muhammad Knight

If Tripping with Allah is a road book, it’s a road book in the tradition of 2001: A Space Odyssey, rather than On the Road. Amazonian shamanism meets Christianity meets West African religion meets Islam in...


The Ethical Butcher: How Thoughtful Eating Can Change Your World

by Berlin Reed

America is in the midst of a meat zeitgeist. Butchers have emerged as the rock stars of the culinary world, and cozy gastropubs serving up pork belly, lamb burgers, and sweetbreads rule the restaurant scene....


My Animals and Other Family

by Clare Balding

"I had spent most of my childhood thinking I was a dog, and suspect I had aged in dog years. By the time I was ten I had discovered the pain of unbearable loss. I had felt joy and jealousy. Most important of...


The Shape of the Eye: A Memoir

by George Estreich

"[An] elegantly written, unsentimental memoir."-PEOPLE MAGAZINE [PEOPLE's Pick of the Week]

Winner of the 2014 Nautilus Award represents "Better Books for a Better World"-the Silver Award in the category of...


Mirror, Mirror Off the Wall: How I Learned to Love My Body by Not Looking at It for a Year

by Kjerstin Gruys

A scholar, fashionista, and bride-to-be spends a year without mirrors to get a better view of herself, her life, and what's really important.

When Kjerstin Gruys became engaged to the love of her life, she...


Striking Out ALS: A Hero's Tale

by Ethan D. Bryan

When author Ethan D. Bryan sent an email to W. P. Kinsella (author of Shoeless Joe and the basis for the film Field of Dreams) describing the scope and vision of his latest project, Kinsella replied in short...


Paris France

by Gertrude Stein & Adam Gopnik

Matched only by Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, Paris France is a "fresh and sagacious" (The New Yorker) classic of prewar France and its unforgettable literary eminences. Celebrated for her innovative...


The Last Marlin: The Story of a Father and Son

by Fred Waitzkin

Young Fred Waitzkin is a Jewish boy stretched between the divergent values of parents who cannot tolerate one another. Fred's father, Abe, is a brilliantly talented salesman whose relentless will drives him...


Shadow of the Sword: A Marine's Journey of War, Heroism, and Redemption

by Jeremiah Workman & John Bruning

Awarded the Navy Cross for gallantry under fire, Staff Sergeant Jeremiah Workman is one of the Marine Corps’ best-known contemporary combat veterans. In this searing and inspiring memoir, he tells an unforgettable...


Spray and Pray

by John J. Gebhart

Spray and Pray is the extremely entertaining tales of a wise-ass nobody enlisted PFC who thought he was a tourist living on a beautiful beach only to be rudely volunteered under extreme duress into becoming...


The Cooked Seed: A Memoir

by Anchee Min

In 1994, Anchee Min made her literary debut with a memoir of growing up in China during the violent trauma of the Cultural Revolution. Red Azalea became an international bestseller and propelled her career as...


The Other Side of the Tiber

by Wallis Wilde-Menozzi

A moving and illuminating memoir about a singular woman’s relationship with a fascinating and complex country

A fresh, nuanced perspective on a profoundly perplexing country: this is what Wallis Wilde-Menozzi’s...


Dry 10th Anniversary Edition

by Augusten Burroughs

 The Tenth Anniversary Edition of the New York Times bestselling book that has sold over half a million copies in paperback.

“I was addicted to “Bewitched” as a kid. I worshipped Darren Stevens the First....


Crossing Stars

by Peggy Wolff Lewis

When Phillip Creighton faces his diagnosis of cancer alone, he thinks back on his humble beginnings and painful love affairs. Moving from 1930’s Wyoming, through 1950’s Spain and Kenya, to modern Texas and...


Once Upon a Gypsy Moon: An Improbable Voyage and One Man's Yearning for Redemption

by Michael Hurley

Michael Hurley watched his world unravel in the wake of infidelity, divorce and failure. In August 2009, he was short of money, out of a job, and seeking to salvage a life that had foundered. Deeply in need...


The Invisible Girls: A Memoir

by Sarah Thebarge

Now with a new postscript and reading group guide, perfect for book clubs. After nearly dying of breast cancer in her twenties, Sarah Thebarge fled her successful career, her Ivy League education, and a failed...