Intimate and intense, these nonfiction selections are must-reads for 2020.
Rachel Monroe discusses the radical empathy of true crime.
In a new memoir, Diane Keaton disassembles her family’s narrative.
In this excerpt from his forthcoming book, Between Heaven and Hell: The Story of my Stroke, author David Talbot takes us through his experience.
While everyone who suffers a stroke has a unique experience with the illness, it’s fair to say that one thing ...
Joan Didion has been one of California’s most acute observers since the early 1960s; in such books as Slouching Towards ...
In Erosion, Terry Tempest Williams bears unflinching witness to what gets stripped away.
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