The Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Book by Jerry Seinfeld
Hand-picking the keenest insights and funniest exchanges from 84 episodes of the groundbreaking streaming series, this gorgeously designed and carefully curated book collects casual yet intimate conversations with the funniest people alive, becoming the most important historical archive about the art of comedy ever amassed.
The Funny Stuff: The Official P. J. O’Rourke Quotationary and Riffapedia by P. J. O’Rourke
A compendium of quotes and riffs by P.J. O’Rourke on subject to be published on what would have been his 75th birthday.
Number One Is Walking: My Life in the Movies and Other Diversions by Steve Martin
In this illustrated memoir of his forty years in the movie biz, the Academy Award-winning actor, using his unparalleled wit, shares anecdotes from the sets of his beloved films, bringing readers directly into his world, capturing the everyday moments that make up a movie star’s life.
The World Record Book of Racist Stories by Amber Ruffin and Lacey Lamar
The host of The Amber Ruffin Show and writer/cast member on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers and her sister present a hilarious, intergenerational look at the absurdity of everyday racism as experienced across age, gender and appearance.
A Book of Days by Patti Smith
In a companion to her Instagram account, this photography book from the acclaimed singer, songwriter, poet, painter and National Book Award–winning author of Just Kids showcases a year of her life through personal images of 365 days.
Heretic: A Memoir by Jeanna Kadlec
Married to an evangelical paster's son with a comfortable life, the author describes her reckoning with religious trauma and Midwestern values as she shed years of indoctrination, piety and repression and came out as queer.
Cinema Speculation by Quentin Tarantino
The celebrated contemporary filmmaker and obsessive movie lover presents his first work of non-fiction combing film criticism, film theory and personal history in an entertaining and insightful discussion of the films he first saw in the 1970s.
Finale: Late Conversations with Stephen Sondheim by D. T. Max
Conducted during the last years of the iconic composer's life, a deeply personal collection of interviews highlights the legend's work and his opinions and thoughts on music, movies, family, New York, aging and the creative process.
Hollywood: The Oral History by Jeanine Basinger and Sam Wasson
A legendary film scholar and a best-selling author present the oral history of Hollywood through candid remarks from stars both in front and behind the camera including Bette Davis, Meryl Streep and Frank Capra.
Two Old Broads: Stuff You Need to Know That You Didn’t Know You Needed to Know by Dr. M. E. Hecht and Whoopi Goldberg
Both hilarious and helpful, this practical and unapologetic health and lifestyle guide tells it like it is for all of us who left middle age in the dust and want to be present, positive and as extraordinary as ever in our golden years.
Win Every Argument: The Art of Debating, Persuading, and Public Speaking by Mehdi Hasan
A riveting and practical guide to the art of argument and rhetoric, from the award-winning MSNBC journalist, anchor and expert debater.
Deliberate Cruelty: Truman Capote, the Millionaire's Wife, and the Murder of the Century by Roseanne Montillo
Describes how author Truman Capote became obsessed with the true crime story of a Manhattan socialite who shot her banking heir husband in 1955 and discusses how publication of his book led to her suicide and his own scandalous downfall.
The Forever Witness: How DNA and Genealogy Solved a Cold Case Double Murder by Edward Humes
After 30 years, Detective Jim Scharf and CeCe Moore solve the murder of a teenage couple with the help of genetic genealogy, which brings up questions of consent and privacy despite the fact we have the tools to catch the many killers responsible for approximately 250,000 murders in the U.S.
Tracers in the Dark: The Global Hunt for the Crime Lords of Cryptocurrency by Andy Greenberg
With unprecedented access to the major players in federal law enforcement and private industry who have cracked the Bitcoin blockchain, a veteran cybersecurity reporter presents this thrilling, globe-spanning story of dirty cops, drug bazaars, trafficking rings and the biggest takedown of an online narcotics market in the history of the internet.