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Mar 2019

The Moth Presents Occasional Magic, Book 2: True Stories About Defying the Impossible

Occasional Magic features storytellers from around the world sharing times when, in the face of seemingly impossible situations, they found moments of beauty, wonder, and clarity that shed light on their lives and helped them find a path forward.

Jan 2019

Video: Columbia Conference on Mental Health Journalism & Media

An interview with Andrew Solomon at a symposium for researchers who communicate with the public on mental health and addiction issues.

Jan 2019

“Far From the Tree” Among #HAY30BOOKS

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Hay Festival, organisers invited the public to help nominate their favorite 30 books from the last 30 years.

Jan 2019

Arms decree may increase suicides in Brazil, experts fear

Atualmente, armas de fogo são utilizadas em 8,4% dos casos no país.

Jan 2019

German Translation of “Far and Away” Named Winner of 2019 ITB Book Award

“Weit und weg: Reisen durch sieben Kontinente” — the German translation of “Far and Away: How Travel Can Change the World,” has been awarded the 2019 ITB Book Award in the Travelogue category.

Jan 2019

Video: Andrew Solomon and Dr. Michael Wigler Parent Q&A

At a recent screening of “Far From the Tree,” Andrew Solomon and autism researcher Dr. Michael Wigler offer some advice for parents of children who are “different.”

Jan 2019

Audio: Rádio Companhia: O melhor de 2018

Fabio Uehara, Marina Pastore and Jose Bárrickelo discuss Brazil’s biggest stories of 2018, and the year’s publications by Companhia das Letras, including Andrew Solomon’s, “Um crime da solidão: Reflexões sobre o suicídio.”

Dec 2018

Andrew Solomon: ‘Estamos vivendo em tempos desesperados e instáveis’

Autor do premiado ‘O Demônio do Meio-Dia’, sobre depressão, doutor em Psicologia aborda suicídio de famosos em livro mais recente.

Dec 2018

Living in Emma Lazarus’s Home, Sharing Her Values

We are, in her words, a nation of exiles, and that our welcoming those who had to flee oppression elsewhere is what made America great in the first place.

Dec 2018

Happy Jólabókaflóðið!

Nantucket Book Festival organizers ask authors from past Festivals: What book do you give most often as a gift, and why?