Mira Jacob’s Good Talk is a stunning graphic memoir that follows Jacob from adolescence through parenthood as she grapples with her identity as an East Indian woman and with the state of America pre- and post-Trump.
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Sarah McBride’s Tomorrow Will Be Different is a moving and empowering memoir about the power of passionate individuals, the fight for trans and LGTBQ+ equality, and McBride’s journey to coming out, finding love, and solidifying her purpose in the world.
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Tembi Locke’s From Scratch is a heartbreaking memoir about incredible love, tremendous loss, and leaning on the comforts of family and food to survive.
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Jacob Tobia’s Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story is a hilarious and honest memoir about the realities of growing up gender nonconforming.
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Mary Laura Philpott’s I Miss You When I Blink is a hilariously relatable collection of essays about Philpott’s life as a quintessentially type A and unfulfilled forty-something mother and wife.
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Masaji Ishikawa’s A River in Darkness is the heartbreakingly true story of one man’s horrific life in and eventual escape from North Korea.
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Tara Westover’s Educated is the bewildering and shockingly true story of a woman’s life growing up as an off-the-grid survivalist Mormon and how she escaped her toxic and, at times, dangerous family.
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