• jan4767


Why not pair up some reading and listening gems? Here are some complementary ideas. Or as they say, in the fashion business, "Don't match, coordinate!"

Mark Harris' new biography of director Mike Nichols' extraordinary life pairs well with our new audiobook of the popular "Life isn't everything: Mike Nichols, as remembered by 150 of his closest friends" as compiled by Carter & Kashner.

Mike Nichols : a life / Mark Harris.

Life isn't everything : Mike Nichols, as remembered by 150 of his closest friends / Ash Carter and Sam Kashner.

Dolly Parton has released an archive of her life as revealed through her lyrics, including many fascinating memories and stories. Pair that with Sarah Smarsh's tribute to Dolly and the "Women Who Lived Her Songs", an engaging mix of biography and sociological study.

Dolly Parton, songteller : my life in lyrics / by Dolly Parton ; with Robert K. Oermann

She Come By It Natural: Dolly Parton and the Women Who Lived Her Songs

Ty Seidule's penetrating analysis of the myth of the Lost Cause and his own Southern childhood set against his later life reckoning as a soldier, professor, and historian is profound and authentic. Pair that with an audiobook of professor/historian Heather Cox Richardson's study of how the South is alive and well in the West and you will be well on your way to shedding new light on our country's ongoing struggles with paradox.

Robert E. Lee and Me: A Southerner's Reckoning with the Myth of the Lost Cause

How the South Won the Civil War: Oligarchy, Democracy, and the Continuing Fight for the Soul of America

Pair a compelling memoir of Rosayra Pablo Cruz, a brave Guatemalan mother seeking asylum and forced to fight for her family with Jacob Soboroff's brilliant and compassionate study of the separation of families at the border.

The Book of Rosy: A Mother's Story of Separation at the Border

Separated: Inside an American Tragedy

17 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All