"What We Inherit: A Secret War And A Family's Search For Answers"
Coming April 21, 2020
Preorder the book here.
Advance Praise From Ron Chernow, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Alexander Hamilton:
"A beautiful amalgam of memoir, travelogue, and investigative report that moves with the propulsive forward energy of a thriller. 'What We Inherit' is a haunting chronicle of loss and redemption and an irresistibly good read. You won't be able to put it down."
LIVE TV APPEARANCE
"What I Learned About Love When My Dad Started Online Dating"
PODCAST WITH THE NEW YORKER'S SAID SAYRAFIEZADEH
The KonMari Method of Grieving (Refinery29)
I am 30 years old. My closets are overflowing with wool coats, shiny at the elbows from use, and belts whose leather curves approximate the shape of a woman’s waist. But the clothes don’t bear marks from my own body; they belonged to my mother, who died when I was 23.
5 Things I Wish I'd Known Before Living Alone (Greatist)
I spent my 20s living with multiple roommates in multiple neighborhoods in New York City. I’d never picked out a bathmat or been able to identify all the food in the fridge.
On the cusp of 30, I decided I was ready for a “room of my own” before fate or family tied me to a life of compromising on couch color. With two months to go until my birthday, I decided to embark on a year of self-discovery and cooking for one.