“Roseanne Barr’s daughter Jenny Pentland is opening up for the first time about the five traumatic years she spent in and out of various facilities for troubled teens in the ’80s and ’90s.” An Amazon Best Book of January 2022: Jenny Pentland is the daughter of Roseanne Barr, but from the book jacket you’d never know. […]
The #1 New York Times bestselling investigative story of how three successive presidents and their military commanders deceived the public year after year about America’s longest war, foreshadowing the Taliban’s recapture of Afghanistan, by Washington Post reporter and three-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Craig Whitlock. Just as the Pentagon Papers changed the public’s understanding of Vietnam, The Afghanistan Papers contains “fast-paced and […]
We were delighted to discover several Fletcher & Co clients included here. Among them, Ken Kalfus‘ first novel in several years, Maggie Shipstead’s first story collection and a new memoir by Courtney Maum. 🌟
From Abrams Press, THE VIOLENCE PROJECT published on September 7, 2021. Order your copy here. Using data from the writers’ groundbreaking research on mass shooters, including first-person accounts from the perpetrators themselves, THE VIOLENCE PROJECT charts new pathways to prevention and innovative ways to stop the social contagion of violence. Frustrated by reactionary policy conversations […]
From Penguin Books, WARMTH published on August 3, 2021. Order your copy here. WARMTH is a new kind of book about climate change: not what it is or how we solve it, but how it feels to imagine a future–and a family–under its weight. In a fiercely personal account written from inside the climate movement, […]
On the heels of their runaway bestseller, The Confidence Code for Girls, authors Claire Shipman, Katty Kay and JillEllyn Riley have assembled an inspiring collection of stories from everyday girls doing extraordinary things in the world. Debuting at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list, this promises to make a valuable contribution to their […]
Acclaimed Irish novelist Nuala O’Connor’s bold reimagining of the life of James Joyce’s wife, muse, and the model for Molly Bloom in Ulysses is a “lively and loving paean to the indomitable Nora Barnacle” (Edna O’Brien).
Set in Stratford, England, in the late 16th century, Hamnet imagines the emotional, domestic, and artistic repercussions after the world’s most famous (though never named) playwright and his wife lose their only son, 11-year-old Hamnet, to the bubonic plague in 1596.