Relationships

Whether it’s navigating your divorce, redefining modern marriage, or searching for strategies to build or strengthen a lasting equal relationship with your partner, Seal Press’s Relationship books have reliable advice from a wide variety of experts like Christina Pesoli, Susan Pease Gadoua and Vicki Larson, and Drs. Pepper Schwartz and Lana Staheli.

How to Woo a Jew

Tamar Caspi

$17.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
February 2014

In How to Woo a Jew, your very own Jewish Carrie Bradshaw takes you through each facet of the dating world—from traditional Jewish matchmaking and mixers to modern online dating portals, from honing your Jewdar to kosher sex.

Otherhood

Melanie Notkin

$17.00 USD, Trade Paper and Ebook
March 2014

A groundbreaking exploration of an essential contemporary issue, Otherhood inspires thought-provoking conversation and gets at the heart of our cultural assumptions about single women and childlessness.

Prude

Emily Southwood

$16.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
October 2013

Emily Southwood considered herself to be sexually liberal—until her fiancé landed a job filming porn for a network reality TV show and her whole world changed overnight.

Screw Everyone

Ophira Eisenberg

$16.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
April 2013

Screw Everyone is comedian Ophira Eisenberg’s wisecracking account of how she spent most of her life saying “yes” to everything—and everyone—and how that attitude ultimately helped her overcome her phobia of commitment.

We Hope You Like This Song

Bree Housley

$16.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
December 2012

Sweet, poignant, and yet somehow laugh-out-loud funny, We Hope You Like This Song is a touching story of love, loss, and the honoring of a friendship after it’s gone.

Seeing Ezra

Kerry Cohen

$16.00 USD, Trade Paper and Ebook
October 2012

Seeing Ezra is the soulful, beautifully written memoir of a mother’s fierce love for her autistic son, and a poignant examination of what it means to be “normal.”

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