Miles Davis: The Autobiography
Miles Davis, you may recognize the name through his infamous relationship with heroin and women, but within the first beat of his self-titled [...]
Author: Miles Davis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Genre: Non-Fiction
Bough Down
Karen Green’s Bough Down is a profoundly emotional experience. In terms of form, it bridges the gap between the prose poem and the lyric essay, with [...]
Author: Karen Green
Publisher: siglio
Genre: Non-Fiction
Genre: Poetry
We Are As Gods
One of most telling features of Kate Daloz’s book, We Are as Gods, about the Back to the Land movement of the 1970s, is its ability to make the reader [...]
Author: Kate Daloz
Publisher: Public Affairs
Genre: Non-Fiction
The Opposite of Loneliness
In May of 2012, Marina Keegan graduated magna cum laude from Yale University. She lost her life in a car accident shortly after. Two years following [...]
Author: Marina Keegan
Publisher: Scribner
Genre: Non-Fiction
The Sting of the Wild
Justin Schmidt’s The Sting of the Wild is an exciting adventure into the life histories, habits, and (of course) sting pain of a variety of insects from [...]
Author: Justin Schmidt
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Genre: Non-Fiction
American Sniper
Chris Kyle’s book American Sniper is a shocking insight to the life of a Navy Seal Sniper while on deployment. This autobiography illustrates not only the [...]
Author: Chris Kyle
Publisher: Harper Collins
Genre: Non-Fiction
Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World
Off the Sidelines brings the reader through the life events in the childhood of Kirsten Gillibrand and into her early adult life. Gillibrand discusses what [...]
Author: Kirsten Gillibrand
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Genre: Non-Fiction
The Last Indian War: The Nez Perce Story
Why did Elliot West think we needed another story about the Nez Perce War? The story of the rebellious Nez Perce nontreaty bands attempting to cross the [...]
Author: Elliott West
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Genre: Non-Fiction
The Bitch in the House
The 26 essays in this book deal with many aspects of being female & are arranged in rough chronological order, from dating through marriage, working, [...]
Author: Cathi Hanauer
Publisher: William Morrow
Genre: Non-Fiction
The Monied Metropolis: New York City and the Consolidation of the American Bourgeoisie, 1850-1896
Sven Beckert began his novel with a description of the Bradley Martin Ball at New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel on February 10th, 1897. Despite it being [...]
Author: Sven Beckert
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Genre: Non-Fiction