Books Sheila Heti Books by Sheila Heti Sheila Heti has written books about: Fiction Nonfiction Art & Design History & Society Facebook Twitter Google+ Email NPR stories about Sheila Heti Artist Miranda July contributed a series of photos in which strangers try on one another's favorite outfits. Michael Schmelling/Courtesy of Blue Rider Press hide caption toggle caption Michael Schmelling/Courtesy of Blue Rider Press The Seams For 'Women In Clothes,' It's Not What You Wear, It's Why You Wear It September 4, 2014 A new book collects stories that link clothing with intimacy, emotion and memory: how moms dressed before they had kids, favorite outfits and, of course, garment envy. For 'Women In Clothes,' It's Not What You Wear, It's Why You Wear It Listen · 7:09 7:09 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/345290998/345706922" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript New In Paperback June 24-30: A Runaway, A Francophile, An Ex-Wife And Rabies June 24, 2013 In softcover nonfiction, Rosecrans Baldwin opines about France, Carissa Phelps goes from juvy to J.D., and Bill Wasik and Monica Murphy chart the history of rabies. In fiction, Shani Boianjiu draws from her time as an Israeli soldier, and Sheila Heti crafts a novel from her own life experiences. Review Book Reviews A Question Unanswered: 'How Should A Person Be?' June 20, 2012 In her hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking semi-autobiographical novel, Toronto author Sheila Heti chronicles her struggle to interact with people.