By Keith Rice 9 min read
Hearing someone tell their own story is something special. These 10 audiobook memoirs are read by the authors who wrote them.
By Lorraine Berry 17 min read
Forty percent of Americans struggle with a chronic disease. These memoirs showcase the experiences of those suffering from chronic illness.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
With Summer, Karl Ove Knausgaard wraps up his series of season books, loosely structured as thoughts addressed to his baby daughter. After a year of these, not to mention his six-part autobiographical
By Lorraine Berry 20 min read
Lorraine Berry takes a look at grief memoirs, from Joan Didion to Rainer Maria Rilke, to examine the ways in which writers digest loss.
By Signature 14 min read
Debuts by Christina Dalcher and Nico Walker, hard-hitting nonfiction, a new volume from Javier Marias, and more: These are our favorites of August 2018.
By Keith Rice 7 min read
Nigerian literature is equal parts profound, tragic, and hopeful. Each of these novels offer a glimpse of Nigeria’s rich literary history.