Political satire as deeper truth. Donald Trump’s
presidential memoir, as recorded by two world-renowned Trump
scholars, and experts on greatness generally
"I have the best words, beautiful words, as everybody has been
talking and talking about for a long time.
Scott Adams, the world-famous comic strip artist
(Dilbert) and trained hypnotist, recognized Donald Trump's
powers of persuasion before nearly anyone else. Now he's expanding
his controversial blog posts into a fascinating book about master
persuaders like Trump, and how anyone can copy their
techniques—for good or for ill.
Anna Faris has advice for you. And it's great advice, because she's
been through it all, and she wants to tell you what she's learned.
Her comic memoir and first book, Unqualified, will share
Anna’s candid, sympathetic, and entertaining stories of love
lost and won.
John Hodgman—New York Times bestselling author,
semifamous personality, deranged millionaire, increasingly elderly
husband, father, and human of Earth—has written a memoir
about his cursed travels through two wildernesses. from the woods
of his home in Massachusetts, birthplace of rage, to his exile on
the coast of Maine, so-called Vacationland, home to the most
painful beaches on Earth
Vacationland is also about Hodgman’s wandering in the
metaphoric wilderness of his forties, those years when dudes
especially must painfully stop pretending to be the children of
bright potential they were and settle into the failing bodies of
the wiser, weirder dads that they are.
Well, well, well. Look at you, ogling my book page. . . . I
presume if you’re reading this it means you either need more
encouragement to buy it, you’re very bored in an airport, or
we used to date and you’re trying to figure out if you should
sue me or not.
Sometimes you just have to laugh, even when life is a dumpster
fire. With We Are Never Meeting in Real Life.,
“bitches gotta eat” blogger and comedian Samantha Irby
turns the serio-comic essay into an art form. Whether talking
about how her difficult childhood has led to a problem in making
“adult” budgets, explaining why she should be the new
Bachelorette—she's "35-ish, but could easily pass for
60-something"—detailing a disastrous
pilgrimage-slash-romantic-vacation to Nashville to scatter her
estranged father's ashes, sharing awkward sexual encounters, or
dispensing advice on how to navigate friendships with former
drinking buddies who are now suburban moms—hang in there for
the Costco loot—she’s as deft at poking fun at the
ghosts of her past self as she is at capturing powerful emotional
You know him from his breakout role as Hank Kingsley on The
Larry Sanders Show, his outrageous turn as George and Oscar
Bluth on Arrested Development, and his Emmy Award-winning
performance as Maura Pfefferman on Transparent. A Broadway
star, a television legend, an accomplished screen actor whose
singular wit and heartrending performances have been entertaining
audiences for more than four decades, but the question remains.