Nashville songwriter Aimee Mayo’s memoir offers an eye-opening perspective on the problematic treatment of women in the country music industry.
Here we have the story of a young Czech woman who could not only take a piece of fabric and shape it into a gorgeous dress, but could also take her experiences during WWII and shape them into a compelling memoir.
This slender memoir reads like a rambling conversation with a literary stranger you meet on a train.
Educated is a testament to the power of sensitive friends and mentors — and to Tara Westover’s own resilience.
No Way Home is a model for how to tell a weird, complicated story in a way that will make the reader hang on tight for the whole ride.
Giraldi was enticed by the fraternity of the gym as a way of filling out and firming up both his body and his sense of self.
Amy Schumer’s quasi-memoir is composed of stuff that would be better off posted on Facebook.
Tim Winton’s memoir about how deeply Australia’s landscape shaped him and his writing.
This is a rich evening of theater because it takes up social and psychological problems that aren’t ordinarily addressed on our stages.
In contrast to similar extermination-camp memoirs, But You Did Not Come Back focuses on the affliction of women.