Michael Herrington

Michael Herrington is a writer and copy editor from Texas who can never get enough nonfiction, documentaries, and honeycrisp apples. He has a background in journalism, having worked for The Lufkin Daily News and Charm East Texas. His favorite book genres are memoir, history, and essay collection. He can be reached at michael_herrington@yahoo.com.

5 Nonfiction Bricks Worth Adding to Your Personal Collection

Get your money's worth with these brick-size nonfiction books.

Reading Pathways: Harvey Pekar

Talking about where to get started reading the works of indie comics pioneer and "poet laureate of Cleveland" Harvey Pekar.

Reading Pathways: Primo Levi

On the centennial of his birth, here is your reading pathway into the works of Holocaust survivor, chemist, and writer Primo Levi.

6 Great Books by War Correspondents

Discover five great books by journalists covering WWII's Western Front and Vietnam to the invasion of Iraq and the Syrian Civil War.

Reading Pathways: David Levithan

5 Great Books By Or About Black Journalists

Get to Know 5 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Critics

From cultural criticism on race, gender, and more to nonfiction about caviar, get to know the works of these Pulitzer Prize-winning critics.

Reading Pathways: Gillian McCain and Legs McNeil

A suggested reading order of oral historians Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, authors of the modern classic PLEASE KILL ME.

Reading Pathways: Jamaica Kincaid

Where to get started reading some of the best novels and nonfiction of critically acclaimed Caribbean author Jamaica Kincaid.

5 Overlooked Nonfiction New York Review of Books Classics

Here are five overlooked (less than 1,000 Goodreads ratings) nonfiction New York Review Books Classics titles you should check out.

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