In this episode, meet marketing executive and entrepreneur Bozoma Saint John, author of The Urgent Life, poet and writer Camonghne Felix, author of Dyscalculia, and writer and editor Will Schwalbe, author of We Should Not Be Friends. READ MORE
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In this episode, meet University of Maryland professor Dr. Marisa G. Franco, author of Platonic, award-winning childrenâ€™s author Marilyn Singer, author of Awe-some Days, and Vice Chairman and Senior Client Advisor at Morgan Stanley Carla A. Harris, author of Lead to Win. READ MORE
Friendship is one of life’s greatest joys, and that there can be so many kinds of friendships over the course of your life? It’s nearly magic. READ MORE
“My book Youâ€™re the Only One I Can Tell, Inside the Language of Womenâ€™s Friendships, is about women talking to friends. My last two books were about sisters and about mothers and daughters. Womenâ€™s friendships are the third, all-female relationships in womenâ€™s lives. I was inspired to write it, both because, friendships have been so important to my own life, but also because Iâ€™ve heard so much about friends from my friends.”
Learn more about You’re the Only One I Can Tell.
The Animators is a story about two best friends, Mel and Sharon. Sharon tells their historyâ€”from meeting in college in an animation course to finding success with their first animated feature filmâ€”all the while sharing her own experience of fully coming into adulthood. READ MORE
Following the lives of a young couple’s years in (and out of) Washington D.C., The Hopefuls, written by Jennifer Close, examines marriage and the ways in which ambition shapes it.