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and some hilarious staff picks that are guaranteed to make you L-O-L.
Y/N is an absurd and wildly original fever dream of a novel. A brilliant dissection of internet fandom, K-Pop obsession, and parasocial desire.
Y/N: A Novel by Esther Yi
Surreal, hilarious, and shrewdly poignant—a novel about a Korean American woman living in Berlin whose obsession with a K-pop idol sends her to Seoul on a journey of literary self-destruction.
“Wondrous and strange . . . Y/N resists the junkiness of the internet . . . against which a well-formed novel like this counteracts, a blast of cleansing heat.”—The New York Times
Available in Hardcover and eBook Editions.
What do you get when you cross a very pregnant, used-to-be FBI profiler with a disgraced journalist and a gas station murder? The most entertaining, amateur crime solving team in all of New Jersey.
Suburban Dicks: A Novel by Fabian Nicieza
From the cocreator of Deadpool comes a hilariously entertaining debut featuring two unlikely and unforgettable amateur sleuths. An engrossing and entertaining murder mystery full of skewering social commentary.
“Deeply funny and gloriously f**ked up!”—Chuck Wendig
“This is a mystery with plenty of zing to it, one that’ll make audiences laugh out loud and gasp “Ooooh!” from page to page. If Anne Rule and the Coen Brothers had collaborated on a novel, it might be something like this.”—Criminal Element
Available in Trade Paperback, eBook, and Audio Editions.
Love this warm and witty send-up of Silicon Valley!
Happy for You: A Novel by Claire Stanford
A whip-smart, funny, affecting novel about a young woman who takes a job at a tech company looking to break into the “happiness market”—even as her own happiness feels more unknowable than ever.
“Engrossing and clever . . . Stanford captures the allure, absurdity and menace of corporate spaces with wit and levity . . . Anyone who has resisted fitting neatly into an algorithm will find a companion in Evelyn, and in this book.”—The New York Times Book Review
“The optimal novel for the strange times we find ourselves in.”—Rachel Khong, author of Goodbye, Vitamin
Available in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, eBook, and Audio Editions.
A candidly hilarious romp through Congressional politics and single parenting.
I Swear: Politics is Messier Than My Minivan by Katie Porter
An honest, inspiring, and laugh-out-loud funny memoir about re-energizing our politics and standing up to corporate America—while carting three kids around in a minivan.
“Just like her whiteboard schoolings of CEOs, this book showcases Katie’s ability to entertain while making the inner workings of Congress more accessible than ever before.”—Julia Louis-Dreyfus
“This book is Katie—funny, sharp, fearless. I laughed out loud, I teared up, and I got furious. If you’ve ever thought of having lunch with Katie, but you figure that probably won’t work out, read this book—it’s a close second.”—Senator Elizabeth Warren
Available April 11th in Hardcover, eBook, and Audio Editions.
Samantha Irby is back with another HILARIOUS collection of essays about everything from bodily functions to stress shopping from QVC. Get ready to LOL!
Quietly Hostile: Essays by Samantha Irby
A hilarious new essay collection from #1 New York Times bestselling unabashed fan-favorite Samantha Irby invites us to share in the gory particulars of her real life, all that festers behind the glitter and glam.
“Irby is back with a new and hilariously relatable essay collection…[she] will have you crying and laughing.”—TODAY
“It’s always entertaining to see Irby—a first-rate, self-deprecating mind—riff on the oddities of her own life . . . what’s most endearing about this new collection is that the voice is always brazenly, unapologetically hers.”—The New York Times
Available May 16th in Trade Paperback, eBook, and Audio Editions.
Jen R. Says:
Author Helen Ellis’s essays always manage to brighten my day with their whip-smart, laugh-out-loud take on life, love, and being a lady. And to hear her read them herself on audio?! Even better!
New York Times bestselling author Helen Ellis (“As original as she is hilarious.”—People) unleashes a boisterous, bawdy, and unabashedly romantic new collection of essays about love, marriage, and her last first kiss.
“Ellis is one of our greatest living humorists, in the same league as Sedaris and Irby, and Kiss Me in the Coral Lounge is her best book. These hilarious and poignant essays are a fascinating portrait of middle-aged love, and I can’t recommend it highly enough.”—Ann Napolitano
Available June 13th in Hardcover, eBook, and Audio Editions.
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