Interviews
'So Help Me Gosh,' You'll Laugh Until You Sigh
Brooke Barker, the creator of 'Sad Animal Facts,' finds the sad-funny truths in growing up Mormon and converting to Judaism. Read now
Interviews
Dan Rather Tells 'Stories of a Lifetime'
Peabody award winner and former CBS News anchor Dan Rather shares the decisive moments of his life, love, and career in his deeply personal staged performance. Read now
Interviews
There Are No Rules in 'Sigh, Gone'
From his love of punk rock and classic literature, to being both a Latin teacher and a tattooer, Phuc Tran is intersectionality personified. His irreverent, no-holds-barred, messy (his word) debut memoir breaks the mold on the Vietnamese immigrant story. Read now
Interviews
Mitch Albom Gives the Pandemic a 'Human Touch'
The bestselling author found a way to use his special skills to help some of those most affected by COVID-19. His 8-week-long serialized story homes in on the thing we're all missing right now: human contact and connection. Read now
Interviews
Mike Birbiglia Tells the Deeper Story in ‘The New One’
Comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia talks about the universality of big life changes — like buying his first couch and having his first child — in 'The New One,' which he also co-wrote and co-narrated with his poet wife, J. Hope Stein. Read now
Interviews
Our New Battle Cry is Samantha Irby’s 'Wow, No Thank You'
With the same edgy, unabashed, and spit-take funny wit that brought us 'We Are Never Meeting in Real Life' and 'Meaty,' Samantha Irby tackles approaching middle age, raising her stepkids in a small Midwestern town, and being okay with just being okay in her new collection of essays. Read now
Arts & Culture
Mark Manson Wants You to Remember that 'Love Is Not Enough'
The best-selling self-development author’s new listen is the cure for relationship woes in our shelter-in-place era. Read now