Amanda Seales discusses and signs Small Doses: Potent Truths for Everyday Use

Comedian, writer, actress, and social media star Amanda Seales is a force of nature who has fearlessly and passionately charted her own course through life and career. Now, in her one-of-a-kind voice that blends academic intellectualism, Black Americ...

Brian Allen Carr discusses and signs Opioid, Indiana

Seventeen-year-old Riggle is living in rural Indiana with his uncle and uncle’s girlfriend after the death of his parents. Now his uncle is missing, probably on a drug binge. It’s Monday, and $800 in rent is due Friday. Riggle, who’...

Andy Espinoza Long discusses and signs Tales From the Strip

My name’s Andy and I’m a male stripper. Throughout the years, I guesstimate to have performed over six hundred shows. That includes male revues, bachelorette parties, stripograms, private one on ones, office visits, just about any event t...

Randall Slavin discusses and signs We All Want Something Beautiful

From award-winning Hollywood photographer Randall Slavin comes We All Want Something Beautiful, a brilliant, raw, and everlasting collection of celebrity photography. Picking up a camera didn’t start out as an artistic pursuit for Randall Slavi...

Allison Moorer, in conversation with her sister Shelby Lynne, discusses and signs Blood: A Memoir

The Grammy- and Academy Award- nominated singer-songwriter’s haunting, lyrical memoir, sharing the story of an unthinkable act of violence and ultimate healing through art. 1986, Mobile, Alabama. A fourteen-year-old girl is awakened by the unmi...

Adrienne Rubin discusses and signs Diamonds & Scoundrels: My Life in the Jewelry Business

When Adrienne Rubin enters into the jewelry business in 1970s Los Angeles, she is a maverick in a world dominated by men. She soon meets a young hotshot salesman who doesn’t seem to struggle at all, and when he asks her to be his partner, she i...

Peter Asher, in conversation with DJ Chris Carter (Breakfast with the Beatles), discusses and signs The Beatles from A to Zed: A

Peter Asher met the Beatles in the spring of 1963, the start of a lifelong association with the band and its members. He had a front-row seat as they elevated pop music into an art form, and he was present at the creation of some of the most iconic m...

Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, in conversation with Glory Edim, discusses and signs The Revisioners

Following her National Book Award-nominated debut novel, A Kind of Freedom, Margaret Wilkerson Sexton returns with this equally elegant and historically inspired story of survivors and healers, of black women and their black sons, set in the American...

Liska Jacobs discusses and signs The Worst Kind of Want

To cool-headed, fastidious Pricilla Messing, Italy will be an escape, a brief glimpse of freedom from a life that’s starting to feel like one long decline. Rescued from the bedside of her difficult mother, forty-something Cilla finds herself ca...

Kathleen Kaufman discusses and signs Diabhal

Diabhal (Devil) is the story of cults, exorcisms and the devil in 1980’s era Los Angeles. Ceit Robertson, age ten, is the next Matrarc to the Society, a cultish, matriarchal group living in an inconspicuous cul-de-sac in Venice Beach. When Ceit...