10 Nonfiction Books You'll Be Hearing About This Fall [SHOWING SLIDE 4 OF 10]

A new memoir by inaugural poet Richard Blanco, Walter Isaacson’s follow-up to his mega-bestselling bio of Steve Jobs and Lena Dunham’s collection of personal essays—this fall, a crop of intriguing nonfiction books are making us take notice. Not all of these books are available just yet; this week’s list will help you get prepared for a vibrant fall of true stories.

ON IMMUNITY by Eula Biss
Kirkus Star
by Eula Biss

"Brightly informative, giving readers a sturdy platform from which to conduct their own research and take personal responsibility."
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