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Washington Square Press
We are delighted to announce three fantastic upcoming events with
Jonas Hassen Khemiri (author of the award-winning novel Everything I Don’t Remember)
in Washington, D.C.:
Wednesday, September 21, Immediately following the 8 pm performance of the author’s play I Call My Brothers at the Forum Theatre, The Playwright in Conversation
Thursday, September 22, Doors at 6:30 pm, Talk at 7 pm: In conversation with Matthew Davis of George Mason University at the House of Sweden
Saturday, September 24, 3:15 pm–4 pm: Presentation at the 16th Library of Congress National Book Festival
Kevin Hart will publish his memoir next year, titled From the Hart.
New York Times bestselling author Fredrik Backman hits the road for his first ever US tour this May to celebrate the release of Britt-Marie Was Here. View his tour schedule to find out when he will be in a city near you.
My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman, author of the New York Times bestselling book club favorite, A Man Called Ove, is now out in paperback. Download the reading group guide for My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry
Bookclub favorite A Man Called Ove remains a staple on the New York Times bestseller list! Download the reading group guide here.
It Gets Worse: Shane Dawson shared some of his best and worst experiences in I Hate Myselfie, the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller that secured his place as a gifted humorist. In his new collection of original personal essays, Shane goes even deeper sharing never-before-revealed stories from his life, giving readers a no-holds-barred look at moments both bizarre and relatable, from cult-like Christian after-school activities, dressing in drag, and losing his virginity, to hiring a psychic, clashing with celebrities, and coming to terms with his bisexuality. Every step of the way, Shane maintains his signature brand of humor, proving that even the toughest breaks can be funny when you learn to laugh at yourself.
The Girl Who Escaped ISIS: Faria Khalad was a young Yazidi woman was living a normal, sheltered life in northern Iraq during the summer of 2014 when her entire world was upended: her village was attacked by ISIS. All of the men in her town were killed and the women were taken into slavery. The Girl Who Escaped ISIS is a riveting firsthand account of life in captivity and a courageous flight to freedom, and Farida’s way of bearing witness to ensure that ISIS does not succeed in crushing her spirit. Her bravery, resilience, and hope in the face of unimaginable violence will fascinate and inspire.
Nobody, the ground-breaking new book from scholar and journalist Marc Lamont Hill has already gained wide acclaim. It’s been called “an essential primer on the relationship between anti-Black racism and state-sanctioned violence” by Alicia Garza, co-creator of Black Lives Matter. Melissa Harris-Perry has said its “the book we needed to understand how we got here and to understand what it means to be here.” Through on-the-ground reporting and careful research, Hill shows how a “Nobody” class has emerged and how forces in America have worked to preserve and exploit it in ways that are humiliating and harmful. To find out when Marc Lamont Hill will be in a city near you, click here.