THE FIFTH TRIMESTER by Lauren Smith Brody

THE FIFTH TRIMESTER by Lauren Smith Brody

February 17, 2017

Lauren Smith Brody’s book subtitled “The Working Mom’s Guide to Style, Sanity and Big Success After Baby” received a starred review in Booklist. The review says “Brody takes on the role of a wise mentor who’s just a bit more chic than most of us but who takes us under her wings nonetheless.” Doubleday published the book on April 4, 2017.

300 ARGUMENTS by Sarah Manguso

300 ARGUMENTS by Sarah Manguso

February 17, 2017

Rachel Syme wrote a wonderful review of 300 ARGUMENTS in The New Republic, lauding it as “powerful” and “intensely personal.” The book was also reviewed by Joshua James Amberson in the Portland Mercury who raved “I wanted to gift it to everyone I know, read it aloud to strangers on the bus, and transcribe it by hand in its entirety like a holy text,” Graywolf published the book February 7, 2016.

UNWANTED ADVANCES by Laura Kipnis

UNWANTED ADVANCES by Laura Kipnis

February 17, 2017

Laura Kipnis’s UNWANTED ADVANCES received a very favorable review in Publishers Weekly, which hailed it as a “courageous, thought-provoking polemic.” Harper is publishing the book April 4, 2017.

A DIVIDED SPY by Charles Cumming

A DIVIDED SPY by Charles Cumming

February 17, 2017

Landing on the New York Post’s list of Must Reads this week, Charles Cumming’s latest Thomas Kell thriller is, “classic spy fiction at its best.” St. Martin’s Press published the book in hardcover on Feb. 14, 2017.

GRACE NOTES by Katey Sagal

GRACE NOTES by Katey Sagal

February 17, 2017

Publishers Weekly reviewed GRACE NOTES, saying of the memoir, “[Sagal] shares her wild, hilarious stories of growing up, struggling with addictions, and finding herself… Sagal proves to be tough and sassy yet vulnerable.” Gallery will publish the book March 21, 2017.

DARK AT THE CROSSING by Elliot Ackerman

DARK AT THE CROSSING by Elliot Ackerman

February 17, 2017

Elliot Ackerman was interviewed by Task and Purpose, which introduced him as “perhaps the most combat-decorated American novelist of the post-9/11 generation.” In addition in published a column in Elle Magazine called “Raising Kids in a War Zone.” Knopf published DARK AT THE CROSSING on January 24, 2017.

THE RAINBOW COMES AND GOES by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt

THE RAINBOW COMES AND GOES By Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt

February 14, 2017

Due out in paperback January 31, 2017 this story by a mother and son about life, love and loss is a favorite in every format. RAINBOW COMES AND GOES was a #1 New York Times bestseller and was honored by Publishers Weekly as a Best Audio of 2016! HarperCollins published the book in hardcover on April 5, 2016…

STORIES OF YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS by Ted Chiang

STORIES OF YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS by Ted Chiang

February 14, 2017

Wired Magazine has chosen STORIES as its Book Club read for the month of February. Each week a different short story will be read and discussed on the magazine’s website, starting with “Story of Your Life.” Knopf republished the collection June 14, 2016…

TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE by Philippe Girard

TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE by Philippe Girard

February 14, 2017

The Times Literary Supplement reviewed TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE, calling it, “by far the best account of Louverture’s whole-hearted embrace of French culture and reverence for the classical world,” and “more than a straightforward biography.” Basic Books published the book on November 22, 2016…

THE ADVENTURES OF HONEY AND LEON by Alan Cumming Illustrated by Grant Shaffer

THE ADVENTURES OF HONEY AND LEON by Alan Cumming Illustrated by Grant Shaffer

February 14, 2017

Grant Shaffer was chosen to participate in a new feature of The New York Times Book Review—a live illustration feed with Maria Russo, editor of the children’s book review. The conversation includes some sneak peaks of The Adventures of Honey and Leon the book he is creating with Alan Cumming which Random House will publish in hard cover this year September 19, 2017…