September marks the beginning of the fall publishing season, and you’ll see new releases from some big names: Malcolm Gladwell, Demi Moore, Patti Smith, Edward Snowden and Tegan & Sara, just to name a few. Happy reading!
Audience of One. James Poniewozik explains how Trump mastered television as a businessman, TV host and President.
Coventry. Rachel Cusk dissects memoir, art and literary criticism through a feminist lens in her first essay collection.
Economist’s Hour. Binyamin Applebaum surveys the influence of economists exert on the U.S. government.
High School. Musicians Tegan & Sara Quin detail their first loves and first songs from their high school years.
House on Stilts. This memoir by Paula Becker (Looking for Betty McDonald) focuses on mothering a son with an opioid addiction. Will be at Central Library September 21 and Third Place Lake Forest Park September 26!
How To. More absurd scientific advice from xkcd‘s Randall Munroe. Will be at Third Place Books Lake Forest Park on September 9! A Peak Pick!
Indistractable. Nir Eyal explores the roots of distraction and develops a framework to control your attention and focus.
Inside Out. Demi Moore tells the story of her life, film career and high profile relationships in her first memoir.
Make It Scream, Make It Burn. The latest eclectic essay collection from Leslie Jamison combines memoir, criticism and journalism.
The Meritocracy Trap. Daniel Markovits dispels the myth that meritocracy values ability and effort above all else.
Over the Top. Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness shares how he overcame ridicule and trauma to be “the radiant human he is today.”
Own Your Self. Holistic psychiatrist Kelly Brogan argues that working through physical and emotion pain is better than pharmaceuticals.
Permanent Record. Edward Snowden tells the story of his life, from childhood to whistle-blower in exile.
Second Founding. Historian Eric Foner posits that the “Reconstruction Amendments” marked the second founding of the U.S.
Sontag. Benjamin Moser delivers a massive biography of essayist, novelist and critic Susan Sontag.
Super Attractor. Gabrielle Bernstein gives readers the confidence to unleash their power and achieve all that they desire.
Super Pumped. Mike Isaac covers the rise and fall of Uber in a twelve-month period. Will be at Third Place Lake Forest Park September 14!
United States of Trump. Bill O’Reilly obtained exclusive interviews with Trump to explain his unlikely ascendancy to the presidency.
Whose Story is This? A new, provocative essay collection from progressive voice Rebecca Solnit.