Examines the biggest themes of JAY-Z's career, including hustling, and it recognizes the way that he's always weaved politics into his music, making statements about race, criminal justice and black wealth. By the author of Tears We Cannout Stop. Illustrations.
The best-selling author of The Dirty Life evocatively describes her family's highs and lows throughout five years on Essex Farm that were marked by injury, difficult weather, financial setbacks and renewed commitments. 75,000 first printing. Illustrations.
Reveals the never-before-told inside story of the high-stakes, four-year-long investigation into Donald Trump's Russia ties—culminating in the Steele Dossier, and sparking the Mueller report—from the founders of political opposition research company Fusion GPS.
The Emmy Award-winning Food Network chef shares 125 new recipes while relating the intimate stories behind them, recounting personal milestones and the culinary traditions that do not appear in her shows and articles.
Chronicling the life of award-winning young adult novelist, and Eisner-nominated comics scribe Cecil Castellucci, Girl On Film follows a passionate aspiring artist from the youngest age through adulthood to deeply examine the arduous pursuit of filmmaking, while exploring the act of memory and how it recalls and reshapes what we think we truly know about ourselves.
Nobody's Victim is an unflinching look at a hidden world most people don't know exists — one of stalking, blackmail, and sexual violence, online and off — and the incredible story of how one lawyer, determined to fight back, turned her own hell into a revolution.
A debut collection of essays, multiple-choice questions, screenplays and imagined talk-show interviews is inspired by the author's search for personal and national identity in locales ranging from Washington, D.C. to Hong Kong. Original.
Documents the controversial story of the mid-20th-century Harlem City College Beavers, tracing how the merit-based team of Jewish and African-American players won major tournaments in the face of segregation before its starting five were arrested for a major gambling racket. Illustrations.
An award-winning Marvel Comics writer and author of Superman on the Couch shares an insider's portrait of the iconic co-creator of legendary superhero characters, discussing the collaborations and controversies that marked his successes. Media tie-in. Illustrations.
In the Dream House is Carmen Maria Machado's engrossing and wildly innovative account of a relationship gone bad, and a bold dissection of the mechanisms and cultural representations of psychological abuse. Tracing the full arc of a harrowing relationship with a charismatic but volatile woman, Machado struggles to make sense of how what happened to her shaped the person she was becoming.
An award-winning musician shares the story of how her parents' murder-suicide forever changed both her and her sister's lives and explores the meaning of inheritance, destiny, shame and trauma and how it shaped her art.
In this searing memoir, Jaquira Díaz writes fiercely and eloquently of her challenging girlhood and triumphant coming of age.
While growing up in housing projects in Puerto Rico and Miami Beach, Díaz found herself caught between extremes. As her family split apart and her mother battled schizophrenia, she was supported by the love of her friends. As she longed for a family and home, her life was upended by violence. As she celebrated her Puerto Rican culture, she couldn't find support for her burgeoning sexual identity.
In a book started before his tragic and untimely death, the popular and influential musician describes his life as a young boy who absorbed the world around him, crafted a persona, developed an artistic vision and worked tirelessly to become a musical superstar. Illustrations.