Non-fiction Reviews CATEGORY
Home / Non-fiction Reviews
Loading...
Kate Robinson reviews Katherine Losse's The Boy Kings: A Journey Into the Heart of the Social Network, and finds that "....
Kate Robinson reviews Anna Quindlen's new memoir, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake: "Quindlen tells us how she sees it, f...
Deborah Scroggins’ nonfiction book Wanted Women: Faith, Lies & the War on Terror: The Lives of Ayaan Hirsi Al...
Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Kelle Groom's memoir, "I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl": "Her life, as she tells it,...
By the 1970s, the second wave feminist movement was well underway. Yet many Canadian newsrooms remained boys clubs, with...
Shana Thornton reviews Who Is Ana Mendieta? (Feminist Press, 2011) by Christine Redfern and Caro Caron: "We see the oppr...
Melissa Corliss DeLorenzo reviews Margot Mifflin's book, "The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman." In the review, Cor...
Kylie Grant reviews Fatima Bhutto's Songs of Blood and Sword: A Daughter's Memoir (Nation Books, 2010). Grant gives a ba...
Review by Carol Smallwood Serving House Books, 2010 The memoir, and then there were three…, is a slim book and a b...
Viking Adult, 2010 Review by Rhianon Huot After the Falls: Coming of Age in the Sixties is Catherine Gildiner’s fo...
Plain View Press, 2009 Review by Hannah Eason The ravages of World War II in contemporary art is not new. Many memoirs a...
Beacon Press, January 2010 Review by Suzanne Kamata It takes a certain kind of woman to up and move from Arizona to a wa...
Travelers’ Tales, 2008 Review by Suzanne Kamata The traveler’s tale my husband and I tell most often is about th...
Crown Publishing Group, February 2006 Review by Vanessa Dora Murray It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over! Cupcake Brown, an ...