Bai examines the Gary Hart 1987 presidential campaign—the turning point when candidates’ “character” began to draw more fixation than political experience.
The widely published scholar unpacks the text he co-authored, Latino America, about the Hispanic influence on American politics.
The producer-writer-performer and one of the true innovators of pop music talks about his latest projects, including a memoir and a new CD.
The retired four-star general explains his text, Don’t Wait for the Next War, in which he argues for a new platform of American global leadership.
Panetta, who led the intelligence war that killed Bin Laden, shares stories from his more than 40 years in public service.
The Tony-winning author and theater critic unpacks his epic biography on celebrated playwright Tennessee Williams.
The talented musician talks about her memoir, The Beat of My Own Drum, which is a testament to the positive power of music.
The best-selling novelist reflects on the acclaim she’s received for her work, including Half of a Yellow Sun and, her latest, Americanah.
Tizon examines race and gender stereotypes from the Asian perspective, as detailed in his text, Big Little Man.
The multitalented artist shares stories from his autobiography in which he chronicles his rise to successful jazz/soul crossover artist.