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A textured, well-written postmodern story of faith....

Pampered as a kid, Julie Klam learns to find purpose and live in the real world in this hilarious, self-deprecating memoir....

A well-written critique of the “pink washing” of America....

Stephanie Klein of "Greek Tragedy" blog fame talks about fat camp in this deeply personal but poorly organized memoir about control....

Journalist Anita Jain explores arranged marriage at her Indian parents' insistence, and discovers universal truths about the search for love....

Some of these essays from creative women who have dealt with depression feel unoriginal, but others bring a fresh perspective--and they all posit a hopeful message....

A promising premise gone wrong....

Another thigh-slapping, side-splitting, self-deprecating read from favorite funny lady Laurie Notaro....

Vintage advice on tackling office apathy....

Rachel Shukert spins the pain of growing up Jewish in America’s heartland into a hilarious feast of alienation....