Each of these Indigenous memoirs is unique, representing the experience of moving through the world as a Native person on stolen land.
If you'd told me a couple of years ago that I'd be devouring nonfiction titles now, I'd have asked, for what class?
If you enjoy cooking and memoirs, why not combine the best of both words and dive into the world of cooking memoirs, like Notes from a Young Black Chef by Kwame Onwachi and Joshua David Stein?
From a memoir about African-Jewish cooking, Koshersoul, to one about grieving our pets, Good Grief, these new memoirs take a different approach to the genre.
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Tell me about it, stud: Here are 12 exciting upcoming 2022 memoirs full of hot goss and amazing stories for you to add to your TBRs, including Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis.
These bibliomemoirs, including The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe, offer a glimpse into the lives of fellow book lovers, reminding us how vast the bookish community is.
These innovative memoirs -- including In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado and Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life by Amy Krouse Rosenthal -- play with format and blend genres, making them some of the most interesting writing happening today.
These thought-provoking memoirs contain powerful reflection on the natural world and musings on the environment.