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Steve Martin’s Born Standing Up by Frederic Tuten
Steve Martin

Let’s say it was not Steve Martin who had written this memoir of his early years as a standup comedian—or as he says in his poignant introduction, a biography of someone he used to know. 

Steve Martin’s Born Standing Up by Frederic Tuten
Steve Martin

Let’s say it was not Steve Martin who had written this memoir of his early years as a standup comedian—or as he says in his poignant introduction, a biography of someone he used to know. 

Sapphire by Kelvin Christopher James
Sapphire 02 Body

Written in a young girl’s unschooled voice, Push (Knopf) is a harrowing story of a brutalized child’s journey to redemption and relevance. It’s a searing indictment. A sensational read.

Amulet by Dee Axelrod

Talking to Charlene is like having a conversation with her tits.

The Day Will Come by Maggie Estep

Richard’s face twisted up and he screamed: “Violence is love and sex is death.”—which didn’t make sense to Elsie, but then, nothing he said ever did.

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