The former first lady’s new memoir is notable for the revealing glimpses it offers into private moments of fear and frustration.
In her graphic memoir, Drawn to Berlin, Ali Fitzgerald uses art to illuminate the human dimensions of a situation often sketched in statistics.
Having lived a hard life, the late author refused to erase her female characters—or the brutality that deranges them.
A graphic adaptation of the teenage Holocaust victim’s diary calls into question which avenues are best for retelling painful, complicated histories.
In his memoir, the journalist Jose Antonio Vargas attempts to tell the story of his own life while recognizing that he’s often viewed as a voice for millions.