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The Best Biographies & Memoirs of October 2019
Me, by Elton John It’s hard to believe Sir Elton has never produced an autobiography until now. With a career that spans more than a half century, the...
life's a beach read
This Summer’s Essential Biographies & Memoirs
Biographies are great for the beach, are we’re declaring these 10 recent bios and memoirs as summer essentials. Some are serious, some are a little...
June’s Best Biographies & Memoirs
Naturally Tan, by Tan France While retaining the sense of fun, the more recent Queer Eye series has done the original one better, broadening the horizons...
April’s Best Biographies & Memoirs
The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty, by Susan Page Even before publication, this memoir of the former first lady made...
March’s Best Biographies & Memoirs
First: Sandra Day O’Connor, by Evan Thomas While current Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been in the zeitgeist for a while now, it’s...
The Best Biographies & Memoirs of March 2018
The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row, by Anthony Ray Hinton, Bryan Stevenson, and Lara Love Hardin “I don’t care whether you...
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The Best Non-Fiction of 2017
2017 was a tough year for reality, in the sense that many of us spent the year trying as hard as possible to avoid it. But the only way 2018 is going to be...
best of 2017
The Best History Books, Biographies, and Memoirs of 2017
2017 was a monumental year for the world, and just as great a one for books that look back on how we got to here. These 25 books encompass a wide range of...
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Rob Roberge’s Memoir
Offers a Raw and Unfiltered Look at Mental Illness
“You are diagnosed as bipolar with rapid cycling and occasional psychotic episodes,” novelist Rob Roberge is told early in his memoir, Liar....
5 Baseball Books Full of Wonder, Defeat, and Triumph for Opening Day
Even if the flowers are blooming and the birds are back, for some of us it just doesn’t feel like spring until baseball’s opening day. And what...