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About Well-Read Black Girl An inspiring collection of essays by black women writers, curated by the founder of the popular book club Well-Read Black Girl, on the importance of recognizing ourselves in literature. Inspired by Your Browsing History. The April 3rd Incident.
The Myth of Sisyphus. Making of a CEO. The Long Path to Wisdom. The Wartime Letters of Ulysses S. Grant to His Wife.
Non-Fiction, Essays & Anthologies — Ayelet Waldman
The Future Is Female! What If This Were Enough? The Conspiracy against the Human Race.
In Search of Lost Books. The Diary of Samuel Pepys. The Case that Shook India: The Verdict That Led to the Emergency. Not a Nice Man To Know.
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The Men In My Life. The Path Of Light. Rusty Goes To London. Can We All Be Feminists?
Dead Girls: Essays on Surviving an American Obsession
The Beggar and Other Stories. The Lost Art of Reading. The Old Man and the Gun.
Brijesh Singh and S. By turns blunt and poignant, horrifying and touching, these essays are small mirrors that reflect some of the myriad aspects of this bewildering and complex relationship.
- Finding Our Stories, Discovering Ourselves.
Remarkable for both the quality of its prose and the scope of its emotional insight, I Married My Mother-in-law is an unforgettable anthology about an inescapable family relationship. The challenges facing mothers in the twenty-first century go well beyond tantrum control and potty training.
Camille Peri and Kate Moses, the founding editors of Salon. Witty and wise, their stories range from the anguish of giving up child custody to the guilt of having sex in an era of sexless marriages; from learning to love the full-speed testosterone chaos of boys to raising girls in a pervasively sexualized culture; from facing racial and religious intolerance to surviving cancer and rap simultaneously. This is the collective voice of real mothers in all their humor, anger, vulnerability, grace, and glory.
Michael Chabon is back with a brand-new collection that reinvigorates the stay-up-all-night, edge-of-the seat, fingernail-biting, page-turning tradition of literary short stories, featuring Margaret Atwood, Stephen King, Peter Straub, David Mitchell, Jonathan Lethem, Heidi Julavits, Roddy Doyle, Ayelet Waldman and more!
Related Girls? A collection of essays
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