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Unfriending My Ex

by Kim Stolz Scribner (June 24, 2014)

“In this candid and insightful new memoir, Kim Stolz discusses the trials and tribulations of our obsession with social media and mobile technology...a Tweet-worthy, share-worthy, Instagrammable look into...


They Call Me Naughty Lola

by David Rose Scribner (November 28, 2006)

I've divorced better men than you. And worn more expensive shoes than these. So don't think placing this ad is the biggest comedown I've ever had to make. Sensitive F, 34.

Employed in publishing? Me too. Stay...


Destined for Destiny

by Scott Dikkers & Peter Hilleren Scribner (October 17, 2006)

In Destined for Destiny, George W. Bush offers readers an intimate, plainspoken, and often readable look at the character-shaping achievements that led to his inevitable rise to the office of President of the...


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by Matteson Perry Scribner (May 24, 2016)

From “the most entertaining chronicler of nice guy romance since Nick Hornby” (A.J. Jacobs), a memoir about an unexpected break-up, one self-imposed year of being single, and how a “nice guy” survived...


The F***ing Epic Twitter Quest of @MayorEmanuel

by Dan Sinker & Biz Stone Scribner (July 18, 2011)

Primary Colors for the social media era, the wildly profane, viral phenomenon that resulted from a fake Twitter account deftly satirizing Rahm Emanuel is the first significant Twitter epic in today’s digital...


Intimacy Idiot

by Isaac Oliver Scribner (June 02, 2015)

From an award-winning playwright “who splits the difference between David Rakoff and Larry David” (New York magazine)—a “compulsively readable debut” (Time Out New York) of big-hearted, laugh-until-you-can’t-breathe...