Nonfiction

Everybody’s Irish

Honestly we’d make an Irish person sit and read their grocery list aloud, if we could. That accent…*chef’s kiss*. A country chalk full of warmth and whiskey, what’s not to love? We know this year that COVID will put a damper on the grand American tradition of green beer at …

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Greenlights Review

Have you ever tried to wrestle a goat while blindfolded? We haven’t either but we imagine it would be surreal, confusing, fun, and funny. It’s also one of the only ways we can think to describe Matthew McConaughey’s new memoir Greenlights. Where do we even start? From his memories of …

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A Gripping Guidebook for Troubled Times: Talking to Strangers

Just Who is Malcolm Gladwell? As the host of the podcast Revisionist History and author of the number-one New York Times best seller Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell has now reinvented the audiobook in his immersive production of Talking to Strangers, a powerful examination of our interactions with people we don’t know. He has written five New York Times …

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