Nonfiction from Actor/Father/Friend Jeffrey Tambor | Xpress Reviews

Jeffrey Tambor’s memoir is an insightful meditation on adversity and how it intrinsically shapes us all, this essential read will have broad appeal

#Ownvoices | Collection Development: Race, Diversity, & Society

The complexity, history, and nuances of race in America mean a wealth of material could be identified as essential. A recent explosion of titles plus classics document the multiplicity of the American experience.

Engineering & Technology, June 2017 | Best Sellers

September 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Novel New Directions: Fresh Takes on the Literary Mashup | RA Crossroads

Begin with Theodore Goss’s The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter, a smart, engrossing, and multilayered read in which characters lay claim to both their past and future.

Nonfiction: Vin Baker, Takuichi Fujii, Neuroscience, Concentration Camps, Trans Men | Xpress Reviews

The NBA and addictions; Coppola’s live cinema; healing philosophies; the life and art of Takuichi Fujii; an engaging combination of science, detective story, and memoir; a unified picture of concentration camps as a tool of government; the lives of trans men at the turn of the 20th century; a disappointing look at slave ships and POWs

Janet Mock in Conversation with Doreen St. Felix | Book Con 2017

  On Saturday, June 3, BookCon attendees visited the Downtown Stage to hear journalist and author Janet Mock chat with MTV News writer Doreen St. Felix about her latest memoir, Surpassing Certainty: What My Twenties Taught Me (Atria: S. & S.). Mock’s first memoir, Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much […]

Social Sciences, June 2017 | Best Sellers

September 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Top Nonfiction | Day of Dialog 2017

Five authors discuss their nonfiction work, including memoirs, biographies, and history

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: June 15, 2017

This engrossing read should stimulate lively discussion among Hemingway aficionados; Sancton delivers a highly recommended mix of luring tabloid fare and professionally researched courtroom drama; anyone worried about the planet should check out Goodell’s look at sea-level rise

Well Turned Out: Art and Fashion Titles Walk the Runway

Readers of fashion, costume, and design, as well as anthropology and art history will enjoy this accessible, fun title; an elegant offering filled with jeweled works beyond compare; this bold, beautiful book will delight art and fashion historians and those who seek style inspiration