Books by William Powers

Released: July 1, 2010

"Provides few new insights, but the book is interestingly packaged."
A deconstruction of the notion that total connectedness brings happiness—or even productivity—and a concise guide to navigating social technology without sacrificing the personal or professional interactions that draw us there in the first place. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 10, 2005

"A hard-bitten, unclouded, and intense portrait of a desperate place, demanding as it unfolds that readers accept some of Liberia's pain as their own."
Relief-worker Powers recalls trying to do good on the international aid front in Liberia. Read full book review >