Perry’s book has its own failure built into it. The men who need it most are unlikely to take advice from him.
Charles L. Mee Jr.’s “A Visit to Haldeman and Other States of Mind,” from 1977, is about a man’s search for what went wrong with the American experiment.
This collection of rock criticism includes thoughts on hazing, lyrics, death and so much more.
Jessica B. Harris traces her development and education as she made a place for herself among New York City’s black intelligentsia.
In “Eve’s Hollywood,” a Los Angeles-born adventuress’s prose reads like Nora Ephron’s by way of Joan Didion, with more lust, drugs and tequila.
Lockwood, a poet, truly is the daughter of a Catholic priest. It’s a long story, and it roars from the gate in this memoir.