Books by Neil Strauss

He wrote one of the most iconic rock biographies of all time with The Dirt. He bared the truth about many a talented pickup artist in The Game. And he’s covered some of the greatest musicians in the world for Rolling Stone, the New York Times, among many others. Neil Strauss is one of the most prolific rock writers and biographers working today. So, his next book took a natural turn—a collection of the most telling moments behind the more than 3,000-plus interviews he’s conducted over his career. His latest book, Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead, is out today.

I CAN'T MAKE THIS UP by Kevin  Hart
Released: June 6, 2017

"The book could have been trimmed by about 50 pages, but Hart is a genial, entertaining guide to a life in comedy."
The popular comedian debuts with "the stories behind the jokes, and a few lessons…about life, success, parenting, and relationships." Read full book review >
THE TRUTH by Neil Strauss
Released: Oct. 13, 2015

"Some readers may have no sympathy for the author, but he delivers an emotionally charged, provocative memoir of a man learning to confront his sexual demons."
Rolling Stone scribe and infamous Lothario Strauss (Everyone Loves You When You're Dead: Journeys into Fame and Madness, 2011, etc.) chronicles a lascivious seesaw battle between monogamy and debauchery. Read full book review >
Released: March 15, 2011

"Gonzo interviewing at its best."
Veteran pop-culture journalist Strauss (Emergency: This Book Will Save Your Life, 2009, etc.) offers an eclectic collection of interviews with the "artists, celebrities, and crazy people of the world." Read full book review >