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Some of these essays from creative women who have dealt with depression feel unoriginal, but others bring a fresh perspective--and they all posit a hopeful message.
A promising premise gone wrong.
THE IDIOT GIRL AND THE FLAMING TANTRUM OF DEATH: Reflections on Revenge, Germophobia, and Laser Hair
Another thigh-slapping, side-splitting, self-deprecating read from favorite funny lady Laurie Notaro.
Vintage advice on tackling office apathy.
Rachel Shukert spins the pain of growing up Jewish in America’s heartland into a hilarious feast of alienation.
BLOOD MATTERS: From Inherited Illnesses to Designer Babies, How the World and I Found Ourselves in t
One woman's surprisingly tender odyssey through genetics, medicine, and disease.
After his success with 211 Things a Bright Boy Can Do, Tom Cutler has reinvented himself as his flippant "sister" Bunty in this ho-hum book of non-useful "tips."
Alice Blackwell is a fictional character: She isn’t Laura Bush, but the veil is thin enough to set tongues wagging in Washington and beyond.
A dazzling knitting book that is both personable and instructive.
Corwin teases you with all manner of delectable printing techniques.
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