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Posthuman Blues: Volume I (2003 - 2004)

by Mac Tonnies

Posthuman Blues, Vol. I is first volume of the edited version of the popular weblog maintained by author Mac Tonnies from 2003 until his tragic death in 2009. Tonnies' blog was a pastiche of his original fiction,...


Long Past Stopping

by Oran Canfield

It looked like any other medical chart, with different boxes filled in with my blood pressure and heart rate, but at the bottom, next to Diagnosis, the doctor simply wrote, Terminal Assholism.

Juggled between...


Chocolate, Please

by Lisa Lampanelli

An inside look at the life of Comedy's Lovable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli, as she dishes on everything from relationships, food, and fat to why once you go black, you never go back

In her jaw-droppingly...


I Can't Keep My Own Secrets

by Larry Smith & Rachel Fershleiser

One life. Six words. What's yours?

True tales of love, loss, good friends, and bad hair days filled Not Quite What I Was Planning, the New York Times bestselling first book in the Six-Word Memoir series—and...


The Tailor of Inverness

by Matthew Zajac

The Tailor of Inverness is a story of journeys, of how a boy who grew up on a farm in Galicia (Eastern Poland, now Western Ukraine) came to be a tailor in Inverness. His life spanned most of the 20th century....


Tea at Miss Cranston's

by Blair Anna

In Tea at Miss Cranston's and More Tea at Miss Cranston's, Anna Blair recreates a bygone era through the recollections of countless Glaswegians who shared their memories with her during extensive interviews....


My Prison, My Home

by Haleh Esfandiari

At the Ministry of Intelligence in Tehran, a man in a checkered shirt sits down in an easy chair. He removes several documents from his pocket and hands one to Haleh Esfandiari, a sixty-seven-year-old Iranian...


Bending Toward the Sun

by Leslie Gilbert-Lurie

A miraculous lesson in courage and recovery, Bending Toward the Sun tells the story of a unique family bond forged in the wake of brutal terror. Weaving together the voices of three generations of women, Leslie...


The House at the End of the Road

by W. Ralph Eubanks

A powerful story about race and identity told through the lives of one American family across three generations

In 1914, in defiance of his middle-class landowning family, a young white man named James Morgan...


My Journey with Farrah

by Alana Stewart

Alana Stewart and Farrah Fawcett went through it all together. Friends for thirty years, they were an essential part of each other's lives since first meeting at a dinner party in the 1970s. During that time,...


Not That Kind of Girl

by Carlene Bauer

A moving, witty, and intelligent memoir of one woman's quest to find the answers to life's biggest questions

Raised in evangelical churches that preached apocalypse now, Carlene Bauer grows up happy to oblige...


Merri Dee, Life Lessons on Faith, Forgiveness & Grace

by Merri Dee

Merri Dee, legendary TV and radio personality, shares insightful lessons she has learned throughout her life in this powerful memoir. With unflinching honesty, she takes you from her humble upbringing on Chicago's...


A Good Home

by Cynthia Reyes

"A Good Home will delight your soul and touch your heart. There is magic in these words!" -DEBRA USHER, President and Editor-in-Chief, Arabella Magazine. "Cynthia Reyes' glass is almost always half full, but...


Jobsworth: Confessions of the Man from the Council

by Malcolm Philips

Malcolm Philips was a reluctant bureaucrat. When it was suggested that he give up selling ice-cream and go to work for the council, he protested that it would be full of jobsworths, skivers and crawlers. Truth...


Molly's Game

by Molly Bloom

Her Place at the Table

When Molly Bloom was a little girl growing up in a small Colorado town, she watched her brothers win medals, ace tests, and receive high praise from everyone they met. Molly wanted nothing...


Out of the Woods

by Lynn Darling

A powerful, lyrical memoir of self-discovery full of warmth and wry humor—a book that combines the soul-baring insight of Wild, the profound wisdom of Shop Class as Soulcraft, and the ad venturous spirit of...


Busted

by Wendy Ruderman & Barbara Laker

Although Busted reads like a thriller, the breathtaking story it tells—of two journalists' quest to unmask corrupt police officers and a warped justice system, the reporting of which culminated in a Pulitzer...


Visiting Life: Good, middle-class, Honor Society girls don't get involved with men in prison... do they?

by Bridget Kinsella

When a friend who taught creative writing at a maximum-security prison asked Bridget Kinsella to read the work of one of his best students, she readily agreed. As a publishing professional, Kinsella was used...


In the Hot Zone

by Kevin Sites

Kevin Sites is a man on a mission. Venturing alone into the dark heart of war, armed with just a video camera, a digital camera, a laptop, and a satellite modem, the award-winning journalist covered virtually...


Zen Under Fire: How I Found Peace in the Midst of War

by Marianne Elliott

One woman's fight to deliver peace and eliminate bloodshed in the midst of one of the most notorious conflicts of our time

In the tradition of Dear Zari and Barefoot in Baghdad, Zen Under Fire lays bare the...