Movie News for THE LAUNDROMAT

Movie News for THE LAUNDROMAT

Today Netflix released the first teaser trailer for The Laundromat, a new film starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas, and based on Jake Bernstein’s SECRECY WORLD: Inside the Panama Papers, Illicit Money Networks, and the Global Elite, an inside look at the world revealed by the Panama Papers–a landscape of illicit money, political […]

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Nonfiction Round-Up (5/22/19)

Nonfiction Round-Up (5/22/19)

Money, money, money–today’s nonfiction round-up highlights some that make it, and some that take it: BITCOIN BILLIONAIRES: A True Story of Genius, Betrayal, and Redemption by Ben Mezrich “Featured in the New York Times best-selling Facebook saga THE ACCIDENTAL BILLIONAIRES, basis of the film The Social Network, Harvard twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss had a […]

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New Nonfiction in January 2018

New Nonfiction in January 2018

Our nonfiction releases this month go beyond FIRE AND FURY (but Wolff’s book is YUGE…): FIRE AND FURY: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff Library holds are high and media is at a fever pitch for Wolff’s Trump White House tell-all. ACHTUNG BABY: An American Mom on the German Art of Raising Self-Reliant […]

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Happy #BookBday to A FIGHTING CHANCE

Happy #BookBday to A FIGHTING CHANCE

Fighting chanceToday we wish a very special #BookBday to Senator Elizabeth Warren's memoir, A FIGHTING CHANCE

A most unlikely political star, Warren's introduction to government came when she was asked to go to Washington DC to help advise Congress on rewriting the bankruptcy laws. She fought for better bankruptcy laws for ten years and lost. She tried to hold the federal government accountable during the financial crisis but became a target of the big banks. She came up with the idea for a new agency designed to protect consumers from predatory bankers and was denied the opportunity to run it. Then finally, at age 62, she decided to run for elective office and won the most competitive—and watched—Senate race in the country.

In this passionate, funny, rabble-rousing book, Warren shows why she has chosen to fight tooth and nail for the middle class—and why she has become a hero to all those who believe that America’s government can and must do better for working families.

Early reviews are fabulous and national media is ramping up:

“In these pages, she displays a down-home charm and an effortless rapport with everyday people that makes her story more engaging than the average political tome. The book is more memoir than manifesto; Warren emerges as a committed advocate with real world sensibility, who tasted tough economic times at an early age and did not forget its bitterness.” Publishers Weekly, starred review  

“This is a passionate memoir of one woman’s personal story and the larger story of corruption in financial circles and the need for reform that balances the interests of the American middle class against those of the corporate sector.” Booklist, starred & boxed review  

“CBS Sunday Morning” - click to watch 
NPR's “Morning Edition” - click to listen 
USA Today - click to read 
The New Yorker, review by Jill Lapore - click to read 
The Boston Globe - click to read 
“Rachel Maddow” airing 4/22
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” airing 4/22
“CBS This Morning” airing 4/22
“The View” airing 4/23
CNN's “Bill Weir” airing 4/23
“Morning Joe” airing 4/24 & 4/25
NPR's “On Point” airing 4/25
“This Week w/George Stephanopoulos” airing 4/27
The New York Times Book Review, to run 4/27
The Los Angeles Times, review to run 4/27
The Miami Herald, review to run 4/27
Parade, interview to run 4/27
The Washington Post, review to run 4/27
People Magazine, review to run 4/28 (5/1 issue)
Esquire Magazine, feature to run in the May issue
More Magazine, feature to run in the May issue

And much, much more still to come! 
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