In his highly anticipated memoir, songwriter, producer and music icon Charlie Wilson reveals in candid detail the highs and lows in his extraordinary life, from drug addiction, to cancer, to finding love during his process of rehabilitation.
In her frank memoir, Freedia showcases the relationship between her personal life and her career as an artist: being a “twerking sissy” is not just a job, it’s a salvation.
Indi Surfs is the story of a little girl who braves the ocean in search of the perfect wave. Chris Gorman’s striking, debut picture book, Indi Surfs, is an homage to vintage California travel ads and rock poster art that’s sure to resonate with children ages 4 to 8 as well as adults.
Join us for the third anniversary of Pen and Ink, the book based on the popular Tumblr blog. This book grants us access to the tattoos of artists, writers, rockers, and ordinary people, along with the stories that inspired their creation.
PEN USA Fiction award winning author Laura Pritchett brings us Red Lightening, in which protagonist Tess returns home to the eastern plains of Colorado after running drugs and illegal immigrants across the US-Mexico border. In this spare and haunting tale, Tess faces her family, a wildfire ravaging the land, and her own guilt.