The international relations scholar and author of Still Ours to Lead assesses America’s ability to shape international policy.
Long regarded as one of the funniest comedians around, Conway recounts stories from his inspiring memoir, What’s So Funny?
The award-winning writer dissects his groundbreaking biography of the controversial Black activist, Stokely Carmichael.
The award-winning journalist unpacks her new text on the state of our planet, The Sixth Extinction.
The pop music critic shares the backstory of his biographical text on one of the most influential singer-songwriters in the U.S., Johnny Cash.
The famed movie maker explains his detour from entertainment to tackle the difficult challenge of education reform in the U.S. with his text, I Got Schooled.
One of the most powerful voices in the Latino world today, Najera breaks down the challenges he’s faced while navigating Hollywood, which he writes about in his memoir, Almost White.
The inventive and award-winning storyteller talks about his latest effort: the collection, T.C. Boyle Stories II.
Jones brings to the forefront the complexity that was Jim Henson—as detailed in his biography of the beloved American icon that created the Muppets.
The investigative journalist and best-selling author unpacks his text on nuclear safety and the arsenal of the U.S., entitled Command and Control.