There is nothing quite like reading the lived experience of another woman and seeing yourself reflected in her story. Seal Press memoirs explore women’s lives through the many challenges and victories faced by authors such as Kara Richardson Whitely, Elizabeth Enslin, and Nancy K. Miller.

The Worrier's Guide to the End of the World

The Worrier’s Guide

Torre DeRoche

$16.99 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
September 2017

A lively memoir chronicling the unforgettable friendship of Torre and Masha, two women who join together on an exhilarating, harrowing pilgrimage through India, walking 240 miles in Gandhi’s footsteps along the Salt March.

The Drive

The Drive

Teresa Bruce

$16.99 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
June 2017

A captivating road trip memoir with a twist-—the author and her new husband drive the Pan American Highway in an attempt to retrace the very same route she took decades earlier in the wake of unspeakable grief.

Play Big

Play Big

Jen Welter

$26.00 USD, Cloth and Ebook
October 2017

An inspiring, gutsy handbook for success from the first woman to ever coach in the NFL

a girl walks into a book

A Girl Walks into a Book

Miranda K. Pennington

$16.99 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
May 2017

A skillful and engrossing blend of the author’s own coming-of-age story alongside her exploration of the Brontë sisters’ lives and works.

cover Future Tense of Joy

The Future Tense of Joy

Jessica Teich

$22.00 USD, Cloth and Ebook
September 2016

Part memoir, part mystery, The Future Tense of Joy is a haunting search for truth about a stranger’s suicide—a quest that ultimately frees the author, and her family, from the demons of the past.

cover How Does That Make You Feel

How Does That Make You Feel?

Sherry Amatenstein

$17.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
September 2016

Best-selling writers and therapists reveal the highs, lows, and misadventures in between that arise in the pursuit of mental health.

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