Social activist Urvashi Vaid is joined in conversation by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner for the release of her latest book: Irresistible Revolution: Confronting Race, Class and the Assumptions of LGBT Politics.
Barnes & Noble will be hosting a reading and discussion with award-winning New York author Aida Zilelian at the E. 86th St. Store in Manhattan on April 4/19 at 7pm. Critics are calling her new novel The Legacy of Lost Things a "breathtaking and heartbreaking first novel" and "a formidable entry into…
Barnes & Noble will be hosting a reading and discussion with award-winning New York author Aida Zilelian at the E. 86th St. Store in Manhattan on April 4/19 at 7pm. Critics are calling her new novel The Legacy of Lost Things a "breathtaking and heartbreaking first novel" and "a formidable entry into the literary world."
Huffington Post says The Legacy of Lost Things is “…a tragic and powerful tale of love and hate, tragedy and rebirth…." The tale delves deeply into the struggles and dysfunctions (deletion) of an immigrant family living in the United States. From various 3rd person perspectives, readers are given a unique look at the generational and cultural tensions that both keep families together and tear them apart.
Acclaimed actress and dedicated activist Maria Bello shares her personal journey and destroys outdated ideas about partnership, love and family that will resonate with anyone in an unconventional life situation in her new book Whatever ... Love Is Love.
In his new book Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be, New York Times columnist and bestselling author Frank Bruni shows how Americans have turned college admissions into a terrifying and occasionally devastating process. And it's time for that to change.
Author Cecily Wong brings us a passionate and devastating story filled with love, lies, loss and hope as told through the eyes of secret-keeping daughters and wives. Cecily will be in conversation with the lovely and award-winning author Mary Gordon.
In Out Came the Sun, Mariel Hemingway reveals her painful struggle to stay sane as the youngest child in a family famously known for being plagued with crippling mental illnesses. She will be in conversation with publishing powerhouse Judith Regan.
New York Times bestselling author Norah Vincent is perhaps best known for her nonfiction works dealing with mental health and gender identity. She employs her knowledge of these fields in her spellbinding new novel Adeline: A Novel of Virginia Woolf.
After years of research as a psychologist, Stacey Radin brings us an empowering guide to cultivating confident, passionate and powerful young leaders during the most formative stage of life: the middle school years.
In I Left It on the Mountain, Kevin Sessums chronicles his early days in New York as an actor, his years working for Andy Warhol, nights of anonymous sex, his HIV positive diagnosis and his descent into addiction. And most importantly, how he found peace.
Rarely has a film captured the love of the movie going public in the way that The Sound of Music did. Now, Tom Santopietro has written the ultimate fan book with all the inside scoop with behind-the-scenes stories and new interviews.