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Named one of Kirkus Reviews' Top 100 Indie Books of 2020! Spanning both world wars and crisscrossing the U.S. and the Atlantic, Miss Havilland, by Gay Daly, is the story of a brilliant mathematician who must decide her purpose in life—and live with her difficult choices.
For three decades in the Los Angeles Times, Erskine’s columns explored modern fatherhood and family life, from the absurd to the mundane, the sublime to the heartbreaking. Now, with Lavender in Your Lemonade: A Funny and Touching Covid Diary, he tackles the New Normal with his chronicle of daily life under the frustrating, terrifying, and sometimes antic strictures of a world-wide pandemic. No, it’s not funny. And yet somehow, in Erskine’s hands, it is. Or at least it feels more tolerable.
Mike Sager has been called “the Beat poet of American journalism, that rare reporter who can make literature out of shabby reality.” Vetville collects the best of his stories about the U.S. Marine Corps. Together this tetralogy of detailed and melodic long-form pieces charts a life story arc of the modern Devil Dog.
When affable computer salesman Sid Straw sends an innocent letter requesting an autographed photo from his former college classmate, the popular and cultish Hollywood actress Heather Locklear (Melrose Place, Spin City), he has no idea that his life will soon be spiraling out of control—costing his job, draining his finances, foiling his romantic designs on a co-worker, and leaving his entire world in ruins . . .
Until he decides to fight back.
This is fiction, but I wonder if some people in that most fiction-filled place, Washington, will feel that Jeff Grant is traveling a little too close to the truth. Anyway, you’ll want to go with him. Grant takes you on a journey into the heart and the guts and the cerebral cortex and the lizard brain of espionage. —P. J. O’Rourke, author of Holidays in Hell and Republican Party Reptile
New Stories We Tell is the third in a series of women-centric journalism text/anthologies created to celebrate the great women of American longform writing. New Stories features sixteen of the most talked-about contemporary magazine writers. Each chapter includes a landmark article, a bio, and an interview with the writer.