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Today I sailed through Patricia Engel's story collection THE FARAWAY WORLD which is simply incandescent. I mean, as a New Orleanian, I shook when I read this line: "We may know the miracle without ever knowing the saint." A book full of hope and regrets, tied to homeland.
Business Leaders & Thinkers
"The Snowball by Alice Schroeder. Schroeder, a noted financial analyst and writer, earned Buffett's trust and wrote the closest book we'll ever have to a Warren Buffett autobiography. It takes a deeper dive into his strategies and decision-making process."
Journalists & Wonks
This book is fucking incredible and NECESSARY and the only thing I don't like about it is that I didn't get to publish it the American Music Series. Huge, glorious, delicious achievement for Jen and for Feral House.
Voices in Social Justice
Entrepreneurs & VCs
"A lullaby to my soul. It’s by my bedside, and whenever I need to be calmed, or I need to be put in a state of relaxation, or I want to feel a sense of appreciation, a connection to nature, a connection to the life force, I read Mary Oliver. It soothes me."
Climate Experts & Activists
"That book asks a lot of good, big questions, but the one that stood out most strongly to me was questioning the idea that to do better than our parents is mostly a matter of making more money than they do. Not only is that unlikely, it seems like a hollow value at its core."
Voices in Science
Tech Writers and Journalists
Was uninterested in the Prince Harry book until I just learned it’s the same ghostwriter as Andre Agassi’s, which is my # 3 favorite celebrity memoir of all time
Actors, Producers & Directors
Voices in the Food World
"You could argue that this book was the real moment of ‘the chef’ as we know it today. I think before this came out, chefs were simply cooks hidden in the basement. This book sparked a new appetite for understanding how, and by whom, our food is prepared."
Athletes & Sports Commentators
Rest in Peace to Victor Navasky, former editor in chief @thenation and someone who believed in me before I believed in myself. I’ll add that Victor’s book “Naming Names” is timeless, as he was, is, and always will be.