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The Mind of a Conservative Woman

by Senator Marsha Blackburn & Michael Giorgione Worthy Books (August 31, 2020)

Reject our society's liberal bias against conservative women and learn how traditional principles will secure a better future for us all with this inspiring guide from a political powerhouse.

The Mind of a Conservative...


The Queer Advantage

by Andrew Gelwicks Hachette Go (October 12, 2020)

Meet the LGBTQ+ dealmakers, trailblazers, and glass-ceiling breakers in business, politics, and beyond.

The people who are creating national public policy, running billion-dollar tech enterprises, and winning...


Black Women, Black Love

by Dianne M Stewart Seal Press (October 05, 2020)

In this analysis of social history, examine the complex lineage of America's oppression of Black companionship.

According to the 2010 US census, more than seventy percent of Black women in America are unmarried....


Original Politics

by Glenn Aparicio Parry Waterside Productions, Inc. (September 15, 2020)

To recreate a whole and sacred America, it is important to piece together the forgotten fragments of history that are currently keeping the country divided. Just as a traditional Native American potter begins...


Across That Bridge

by John Lewis & Keith David Hyperion (April 02, 2019)

Winner of the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work/Biography.

In Across That Bridge, Congressman John Lewis draws from his experience as a prominent leader of the Civil Rights Movement to offer timeless...


Stakes Is High

by Mychal Denzel Smith Bold Type Books (September 14, 2020)

Brave, clear-eyed, and passionate, Stakes Is High is the book we need to guide us past crisis mode and through an uncertain future.

The events of the past decade have forced us to reckon with who we are and who...


Money

by Jacob Goldstein Hachette Books (September 08, 2020)

Co-host of the popular NPR podcast "Planet Money" provides a well-researched, entertaining, somewhat irreverent look at how money is a made-up thing that has evolved over time to suit humanity's changing needs....


Stakes Is High

by Mychal Denzel Smith Bold Type Books (September 15, 2020)

Brave, clear-eyed, and passionate, Stakes Is High is the book we need to guide us past crisis mode and through an uncertain future. The 2016 election forced us to reckon with who we are and who we want to be....


The Mind of a Conservative Woman

by Senator Marsha Blackburn Worthy (September 01, 2020)

Reject our society's liberal bias against conservative women and learn how traditional principles will secure a better future for us all with this inspiring guide from a political powerhouse.

The Mind of a Conservative...


Vanguard

by Martha S. Jones Basic Books (September 07, 2020)

The epic history of African American women's pursuit of political power -- and how it transformed America.

In the standard story, the suffrage crusade began in Seneca Falls in 1848 and ended with the ratification...


Worked Over

by Jamie K McCallum Basic Books (September 07, 2020)

An award-winning sociologist reveals the unexpected link between overwork and inequality.

Most Americans work too long and too hard, while others lack consistency in their hours and schedules. Work hours declined...


Money

by Jacob Goldstein Hachette Books (September 07, 2020)

The co-host of the popular NPR podcast Planet Money provides a well-researched, entertaining, somewhat irreverent look at how money is a made-up thing that has evolved over time to suit humanity's changing needs....


F*ck Happiness

by Ariel Gore & Liisa Ivary Blackstone Publishing (August 11, 2020)

Can a woman be smart, empowered, and happy?

Happiness has become a serious business. Where twentieth-century psychology focused on depression and illness, in the new millennium scientists have begun focusing...


The Devil's Harvest

by Jessica Garrison Hachette Books (August 04, 2020)

A gut-wrenching and timely deep-dive into the unbelievable true story of Jose Martinez, a drug cartel hitman responsible for dozens of murders across the forgotten farmlands of California's Central Valley, The...


In Defense of Looting

by Vicky Osterweil Bold Type Books (August 24, 2020)

A fresh argument for rioting and looting as our most powerful tools for dismantling white supremacy.

Looting -- a crowd of people publicly, openly, and directly seizing goods -- is one of the more extreme actions...


Belabored

by Lyz Lenz Bold Type Books (April 20, 2020)

In Belabored, Lyz Lenz will "make you cry in one paragraph and snort-laugh in the next" (Chloe Angyal, contributing editor at MarieClaire.com).

Written with a blend of wit, snark, and raw intimacy, Belabored...


My Sister

by Selenis Leyva & Marizol Leyva Bold Type Books (March 23, 2020)

A powerful memoir by two sisters about transitioning, family, and the path to self-realization.

When Orange Is the New Black and Diary of a Future President star Selenis Leyva was young, her hardworking parents...


Strange Rites

by Tara Isabella Burton PublicAffairs (April 27, 2020)

A sparklingly strange odyssey through the kaleidoscope of America's new spirituality: the cults, practices, high priests and prophets of our supposedly post-religion age.

Fifty-five years have passed since the...


How We Show Up

by Mia Birdsong Hachette Go (June 01, 2020)

An Invitation to Community and Models for Connection

After almost every presentation activist and writer Mia Birdsong gives to executives, think tanks, and policy makers, one of those leaders quietly confesses...


The House of Kennedy

by James Patterson Little, Brown and Company (April 12, 2020)

The Kennedys have always been a family of charismatic adventurers, raised to take risks and excel, living by the dual family mottos: "To whom much is given, much is expected" and "Win at all costs." And they...


The Shadow System

by Sylvia A. Harvey Bold Type Books (April 06, 2020)

From an award-winning journalist, a searing exposé of the effects of the mass incarceration crisis on families -- including the 2.7 million American children who have a parent locked up.

In The Shadow System...


Stealing Home

by Eric Nusbaum PublicAffairs (March 23, 2020)

A story about baseball, family, the American Dream, and the fight to turn Los Angeles into a big league city.

Dodger Stadium is an American icon. But the story of how it came to be goes far beyond baseball. The...


Had I Known

by Barbara Ehrenreich Twelve (February 03, 2020)

A new selection of the most provocative, incendiary, and career-making pieces by bestselling author, essayist, political activist, and "veteran muckraker" (The New Yorker) Barbara Ehrenreich.

A self-proclaimed...


Too Much

by Rachel Vorona Cote Grand Central Publishing (February 24, 2020)

Lacing cultural criticism, Victorian literature, and storytelling together, "TOO MUCH spills over: with intellect, with sparkling prose, and with the brainy arguments of Vorona Cote, who posits that women are...


The Pleasure Gap

by Katherine Rowland Seal Press (February 03, 2020)

American culture is more sexually liberal than ever. But compared to men, women's sexual pleasure has not grown: Up to 40 percent of American women experience the sexual malaise clinically known as low sexual...


Believe Me

by Jessica Valenti & Jaclyn Friedman Seal Press (January 27, 2020)

What would happen if we believed women? A groundbreaking anthology offers a potent rallying cry and theory of change

Harvey Weinstein. Brett Kavanaugh. Jeffrey Epstein. Donald Trump. The most infamous abusers...


Conversations in Black

by Ed Gordon Hachette Books (January 13, 2020)

An award-winning journalist envisions the future of leadership, excellence, and prosperity in Black America with this "urgent and pathbreaking" work (Marc Lamont Hill).

Hard-hitting, thought-provoking, and inspiring,...


The Third Rainbow Girl

by Emma Copley Eisenberg Hachette Books (January 20, 2020)

A stunning, complex narrative about the fractured legacy of a decades-old double murder in rural West Virginia -- and the writer determined to put the pieces back together.

In the early evening of June 25, 1980...


Fear of Falling

by Barbara Ehrenreich Twelve (January 06, 2020)

A brilliant and insightful exploration of the rise and fall of the American middle class by New York Times bestselling author, Barbara Ehrenreich.

One of Barbara Ehrenreich's most classic and prophetic works,...


The Guilty Feminist

by Deborah Frances-White Seal Press (December 30, 2019)

A witty take on feminism for every woman who wants equality but sometimes wants a day off from fighting for it

Sometimes we feel a bit like "I'm a feminist, but..." As in, "I'm a feminist, but I skipped the...


Blood Rites

by Barbara Ehrenreich Twelve (January 06, 2020)

A New York Times Notable BookAn ALA Notable Book

"Original and illuminating." --The Washington Post

What draws our species to war? What makes us see violence as a kind of sacred duty, or a ritual that boys must...


America for Americans

by Erika Lee Basic Books (November 25, 2019)

An award-winning historian reframes our continuing debate over immigration with a compelling history of xenophobia in the United States and its devastating impact

The United States is known as a nation of immigrants....


Are Men Animals?

by Matthew Gutmann Basic Books (November 11, 2019)

"Boys will be boys," the saying goes -- but what does that actually mean? A leading anthropologist investigates

Why do men behave the way they do? Is it their male brains? Surging testosterone? From vulgar locker-room...


Good Economics for Hard Times

by Abhijit V. Banerjee & Esther Duflo PublicAffairs (November 11, 2019)

The winners of the Nobel Prize show how economics, when done right, can help us solve the thorniest social and political problems of our day.

Figuring out how to deal with today's critical economic problems is...


Barrio America

by A. K. Sandoval-Strausz Basic Books (November 11, 2019)

The compelling history of how Latino immigrants revitalized the nation's cities after decades of disinvestment and white flight

Thirty years ago, most people were ready to give up on American cities. We are...


Becoming Eve

by Abby Stein Seal Press (November 11, 2019)

The powerful coming-of-age story of an ultra-Orthodox child who was born to become a rabbinic leader and instead became a woman

Abby Stein was raised in a Hasidic Jewish community in Brooklyn, isolated in a culture...


Home Now

by Cynthia Anderson PublicAffairs (October 28, 2019)

A moving chronicle of who belongs in America.

Like so many American factory towns, Lewiston, Maine, thrived until its mill jobs disappeared and the young began leaving. But then the story unexpectedly veered:...


Movies (And Other Things)

by Shea Serrano & Arturo Torres Twelve (October 07, 2019)

INSTANT #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER

BARNES & NOBLE BESTSELLER

AMAZON BESTSELLER

"Paging through Serrano's Movies (and Other Things) is like taking a long drive at night with a friend;...


Diversity, Inc.

by Pamela Newkirk Bold Type Books (October 21, 2019)

One of Time Magazine's Must-Read Books of 2019

An award-winning journalist shows how workplace diversity initiatives have turned into a profoundly misguided industry--and have done little to bring equality...


No Stopping Us Now

by Gail Collins Little, Brown and Company (October 14, 2019)

The beloved New York Times columnist "inspires women to embrace aging and look at it with a new sense of hope" in this lively, fascinating, eye-opening look at women and aging in America (Parade Magazine).

...


Burn It Down

by Lily Fyfe Seal Press (October 07, 2019)

A rich, nuanced exploration of women's anger from a diverse group of writers

Women are furious, and we're not keeping it to ourselves any longer. We're expected to be composed and compliant, but in a world that...


A Year Without a Name

by Cyrus Grace Dunham Little, Brown and Company (October 14, 2019)

A Lambda Literary Award Finalist: from "an extraordinary new voice," a "passionate and clear-eyed and unputdownable" meditation on queerness, family, and desire (Mary Karr).

For as long as they can remember,...


Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Slay Like a Girl

by Micol Ostow Running Press Adult (October 07, 2019)

Are you ready to be strong? Inspired by the badass ladies of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, this is the ultimate guide for living your most killer life.

Buffy turned tired, sexist tropes on their head when it debuted...


The Forgotten

by Ben Bradlee Jr. Little, Brown and Company (October 01, 2018)

The people of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania voted Democratic for decades, until Donald Trump flipped it in 2016. What happened?

Named one of the "juiciest political books to come in 2018" by Entertainment Weekly...


Gender Mosaic

by Daphna Joel & Luba Vikhanski Little, Brown Spark (September 16, 2019)

With profound implications for our most foundational assumptions about gender, Gender Mosaic explains why there is no such thing as a male or female brain.

For generations, we've been taught that women and men...


The Riches of This Land

by Jim Tankersley Public Affairs (August 11, 2020)

Vivid character-driven narrative, fused with important new economic and political reporting and research, that busts the myths about middle class decline and points the way to its revival. For over a decade,...


White Kids

by Margaret A. Hagerman & Tavia Gilbert Blackstone Publishing (January 15, 2019)

Riveting stories of how affluent, white children learn about race

American kids are living in a world of ongoing public debates about race, daily displays of racial injustice, and for some, an increased awareness...


This Ain't No Holiday Inn

by James Lough, Alex Hyde-White, Gabrielle de Cuir & Robertson Dean et al. Blackstone Publishing (June 16, 2020)

During its heyday, the Chelsea Hotel in New York City was a home and safe haven for Bohemian artists, poets, and musicians such as Bob Dylan, Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Janis Joplin, and Dee Dee Ramone.

This...


The Book of Awesome Women Writers

by Becca Anderson & Marguerite Gavin Blackstone Publishing (June 16, 2020)

The Women Who Wrote Their Way Into History

A packed timeline of the greatest women writers: From the first recorded writer to current bestsellers, Becca Anderson takes us through time and highlights women who...


So You Want to Talk about Race

by Ijeoma Oluo & Bahni Turpin Blackstone Publishing (January 16, 2018)

A current, constructive, and actionable exploration of today's racial landscape, offering straightforward clarity that readers of all races need to contribute to the dismantling of the racial divide

In So You...