What’s new in August? Incisive books about the brain, reflections on “adulting” and parenthood, challenges to the concept of identity, and much more!
8/7: Chinese Street Food – Howie Southworth & Greg Matza. A pair of food authors share authentic recipes for small bites from the streets of China.
8/7: Dopesick – Beth Macy. An overview of America’s opioid crisis implicates “Big Pharma” while profiling those who have become addicted.
8/7: Everything Trump Touches Dies – Rick Wilson. An indictment of the Trump administration from a Republican strategist.
8/7: Fly Girls – Keith O’Brien. Five women, including Amelia Earhart, who competed in the national air races of the 1920s and 1930s.
8/7: Maeve in America – Maeve Higgins. An Irish comedian leaves her homeland to find herself in America. Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – August 2018”
Looking for some new nonfiction for the summer months? A host of thoughtful and unique memoirs and gripping historical narratives are coming your way this July. Happy Reading! Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – July 2018”
What’s new in June? A bevy of biographies and memoirs, travel guides to places near and far, and so much more!
6/5: Alone Time – Stephanie Rosenbloom. Consider the pleasures of traveling solo through the author’s visits to Paris, Istanbul, Florence and New York.
6/5: Bruce Lee: A Life – Matthew Polly. An authoritative biography of the prominent Asian American actor and martial arts expert who died at 32.
6/5: First in Line – Kate Andersen Brower. The author of The Residence looks at the modern vice-presidency by looking at 13 men who have occupied the role. Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup: June 2018”
What’s hot in May? Stimulating science, bold biographies, moving memoirs, intriguing interviews and the promise of psychedelics. Happy reading!
5/1: Ask A Manager – Alison Green. Practical advice for graduates entering the workforce, from the “Dear Abby of the work world.” Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – May 2018”
Memoirs that tackle addiction, motherhood and war. Celebrations of food through recipes and reflections. And politics, politics, politics. April has it all! Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – April 2018”