Move over, Steve Jobs—Fassbender delivers a brutally powerful performance as Shakespeare’s bloodthirsty tyrant.
The author of four works of nonfiction, including The Place You Love Is Gone and The Perfect Vehicle, Melissa Holbrook Pierson has written on books and film for numerous publications.
Her recent “blame the victim” rape comments ignited a furor. Be assured that the rest of her book is just as heedless, volatile, and—yes—engaging: Pure Chrissie Hynde, in other words.
The gifted author/physician uses his passion for motorcycles to jump-start his memoir, and the resulting tale is an unforgettably passionate, joyous journey.
The usually peerless, occasionally annoying, and always peripatetic author distills his latest book out of time spent aboard a US Navy aircraft carrier.
Why do we use enormous resources to save some species and let others die? Melissa Holbrook Pierson on the strange ways of humans.
A new memoir about divorce is so powerful, dark, and raw that you will run away from marriage just reading about it. Melissa Holbrook Pierson on the radical honesty of Rachel’s Cusk’s Aftermath.