Tag Archive for ‘New York Times bestseller’

Jane Green

Jane Green is the internationally best-selling author of 15 novels. She is renowned for capturing in the fiction of her books the reality of women’s lives at all stages: from single thirty-somethings (Straight Talking); to marriage (The Other Woman), motherhood (Another Piece of My Heart), and divorce, stepchildren, and affairs; to midlife crises (Family Pictures […]

Bret Easton Ellis

  “Bret Easton Ellis is a fast, funny, and disarmingly smart thinker and speaker. He’s able to draw on all corners of art, life, and literature in his quest to make sense of it all. You may end up in a weird place or two when you go deep with Bret, but the journey is […]

Dorothea Benton Frank

South Carolina native Dorothea Benton Frank is a best-selling author, public keynote speaker, and nonprofit fundraiser. She is the New York Times best-selling author of Folly Beach, Pawleys Island, Shem Creek, Isle of Palms, Plantation, Sullivan’s Island, Full of Grace, The Christmas Pearl, Bulls Island, Return to Sullivan’s Island and Lowcountry Summer. Her latest novel […]

Mitchell Zuckoff

Mitchell Zuckoff is a professor of journalism at Boston University where he is the inaugural Sumner N. Redstone Professor in Narrative Studies. He is the New York Times best-selling author of Frozen in Time: An Epic Story of Survival and a Modern Quest for Lost Heroes of World War II and Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of […]

Erica Jong

Erica Jong is a poet, novelist, essayist, and cultural icon best known for her ground-breaking novel Fear of Flying. The internationally best-selling story of Isadora Wing coined a new phrase for a sex act and liberated a generation with a new way of thinking about gender, sexuality, and freedom in our society. 2013 marked the 40th […]

Mary Karr, Ph.D.

“Karr is a national treasure.” —George Saunders “Mary Karr is a pistol. She brings firepower to the podium with great style and a contagious Texas twang . . . our audience is still talking about her memorable performance.” —Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures “Mary Karr captivates and befriends her audience with her understated intelligence, her adroit use […]