Books

A zippy significant other chronology in which author Julie Klausner explores the unsavory details of sleeping with a gallery of losers....

Using letters, diaries and articles of sources ranging from Betty Friedan to Marilyn Monroe, award-winning novelist Appignanesi reveals how women's ability to live creative lives has been controlled by culture, and how their unsuccessful attempts have lead to mental illness, another evolving cultural concept....

Published in 1982 and only now translated into English, Tove Jansson's novel asks the timeless question, whether it is better to be kind than to be truthful when a poor woman inveigles her way into a wealthy older woman's life. ...

From the authors of Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World comes another cheeky collection of vegan cookie recipes meant to appeal to vegans and nonvegans alike....

Unleash your grill power with She-Smoke, the complete reference guide to everything charcoal, flames, and down-home BBQ eats....

Eat, drink, and be merry without going manic this holiday season with help from Forking Fantastic!, the ultimate user-friendly guide to party perfection....

Don’t let your fall harvest go to waste; learn to keep the fruits of your labor for those deep winter months in The Beginner's Guide to Preserving Food at Home....

Lydia Lunch talks art, bohemia, and, yes, drugs, in Will Work for Drugs, Lunch’s collection of interviews, performance pieces, and eye-opening details on the post-punk New Wave movement....

The youngest female in one of the world’s youngest parliamentary systems, Malalai Joya recounts her life as an activist lauded, suppressed, and, finally, ousted from the infant Afghani government in A Woman Amongst Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice....

Jennifer Traig’s hypochondria goes under the microscope in her bizarre and compelling memoir Well Enough Alone....