Fisher says his sister secretly suffered living in the shadow of her mother Debbie Reynolds.
The Beastie Boys memoir has been five years in the making.
Israel’s foremost food celebrity, Gil Hovav, has released a delicious read.
“I wanted to tell the truth and I wanted to be mindful in a way that didn’t betray ‘us.’”
In June of 1967, Israel’s enemies wanted to kill our people. That they were not successful is cause for celebration.
Her personal brand has taken a hit, and now her 2009 memoir “The Trump Card” is attracting negative attention from The New Yorker.
“There’s always more to all of us,” Elissa Altman explained to me over the phone when talking about the impetus for her second memoir, “Treyf: My Life as an Unorthodox Outlaw,” which is out next week. Altman — a cookbook editor, food writer and James Beard Foundation award-winning author of the blog Poor Man’s Feast (her first memoir has the same name) — was speaking specifically about her father, but she might as well have been reflecting on herself.
In her new memoir, Judy Batalion details what it’s like to have grown up with a mother who is a hoarder.
A bat mitzvah celebration becomes more complicated with a mother suffering from anxiety and depression, writes Judy Batalion.
As the survivors of the Holocaust grow older and their numbers diminish, the so-called third generation of Holocaust memoirists are devising new, unique methods to keep stories of the Shoah alive.