I’m thrilled to announce that my next book (after Pop Star Goddesses) will be When Women Invented Television, a narrative history of
For my next project, I’m taking a break from my usual TV history to indulge a passion of mine: female
A book brought my dad back from the dead, to tell me things he never could have told me while
Seinfeldia was when I learned what it’s like to be a bestseller. Namely, it’s exhausting, but better than the alternative.
Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted is what I consider my first solo book in a lot of ways.
My second book to be published was the one I coauthored with my friend Heather Wood Rudúlph, Sexy Feminism. It was
As I prepare for my fifth book, Sex and the City and Us, to come out June 5, I’m looking back
I’m very pleased to share with you the cover for my next book, Sex and the City and Us, which is
Today I’m working on the section of my Sex and the City book that’s about the literary history and environment from
Mary Tyler Moore Show writer Susan Silver—who’s featured prominently in Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted—tells her life story in