Genre-busting true crime, tools for unlocking creativity, spirited defenses of liberalism and a whole lot more are coming your way this May!
Aging Backwards Fast Track. Reverse aging with a 30-day program from Miranda Esmonde-White.
All the Way. NFL icon Joe Namath recounts his life on and off the field on the 50th anniversary of leading the New York Jets to an unlikely Superbowl win. Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup: May 2019”
Inspiration for those who want to make a difference. Sober reflections on the environment. Different perspectives on psychiatry and therapy. For nonfiction fans, April has fresh perspectives on a host of topics. Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – April 2019”
March is abundant with essays from remarkable women, memoirs from queer celebrities, true crime tales, and trenchant observations on the black experience.
26 Marathons. Four time Olympian Meb Keflezighi offers wisdom on life, faith, family and running. Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – March 2019”
Are you new to the Northwest, or a lifelong resident looking for some historical perspective? 2019 is shaping up to be an exciting year for publishing about our region, so let the reading begin!
The University of Washington Press is releasing a number of regionally relevant titles. Explore local fashion with Seattle Style by Clara Berg, which features garments and accessories from the collection at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI). In Transit, Jim Kershner looks back at 125+ years of trolleys, trains and buses that have served the region. Sculpture on a Grand Scale by Tyler Sprague explores the work of Jack Christiansen, whose design of the Kingdome combined thin shell concrete with a modern aesthetic. Continue reading “New and Notable Northwest Nonfiction – 2019 edition”
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s long on ambitious essay collections, guides for aging well, and deeply affecting memoirs. Happy reading! Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – February 2019”