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Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants

by Jill Soloway Free Press (September 14, 2005)

From the creator and director of Transparent and Emmy nominated writer for Six Feet Under comes a hilarious and unforgettable memoir.

When Jill Soloway was just thirteen, she and her best friend donned the tightest...


And the Heart Says Whatever

by Emily Gould Free Press (May 04, 2010)

Essays by former editor of Gawker.com—and the new female voice of her generation.  In And the Heart Says Whatever, Emily Gould tells the truth about becoming an adult in New York City in the first decade...


Portrait Inside My Head: Essays

by Phillip Lopate Free Press (January 22, 2013)

In this stunning new collection of personal essays, distinguished author Phillip Lopate weaves together the colorful threads of a life well lived and brings us on an invigorating and thoughtful journey through...


When I Was a Loser

by John McNally Free Press (March 06, 2007)

For Anyone Who's Ever Been a Teenager

Who's teenage years weren't terrible? Remember the scary older kids? The sadistic gym teacher? The smelly kid who sat next to you in science class? Your first fumbling...


Mentors, Muses & Monsters

by Elizabeth Benedict Free Press (October 27, 2009)

Edited and with a contribution by Elizabeth Benedict, thirty of today's brightest literary lights turn their attention to the question of mentorship and influence.

For Denis Johnson, it was Leonard Gardner's...


My Heart is Boundless: Writings of Abigail May Alcott, Louisa's Mother

by Eve Laplante Free Press (November 06, 2012)

Little Women’s “Marmee” is one of the most recognizable mothers in American literature. But the real woman behind the fiction—Louisa May Alcott’s own mother, Abigail—has for more than a century remained...


We Learn Nothing

by Tim Kreider Free Press (June 12, 2012)

“Kreider locates the right simile and the pith of situations as he carefully catalogues humanity’s inventive and manifold ways of failing” (Publishers Weekly, starred review).

In We Learn Nothing, satirical...