Books Steven Brill Books by Steven Brill Steven Brill has written books about: Politics & Public Affairs Nonfiction History & Society Facebook Twitter Google+ Email NPR stories about Steven Brill Steven Brill is a journalist who also founded Court TV, American Lawyer magazine, 10 regional legal newspapers and Brill's Content Magazine. He teaches journalism at Yale. Courtesy of Random House hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Random House Shots - Health News 'America's Bitter Pill' Makes Case For Why Health Care Law 'Won't Work' Fresh Air January 5, 2015 Journalist Steven Brill's latest book critiques the Affordable Care Act, which he calls "unsustainable." In the next few years, "something is going to snap," he says. "We cannot pay for this." 'America's Bitter Pill' Makes Case For Why Health Care Law 'Won't Work' Listen · 35:48 35:48 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/375024427/375169347" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript New In Paperback American Inequalities: In Race, Religion, Immigration And Education September 13, 2012 Novels from Mat Johnson, Hector Tobar and Ayad Akhtar bring fresh perspectives to racial and religious politics. In nonfiction, Mike Birbiglia chronicles his life as a comedian with a sleepwalking disorder and Steven Brill examines the standards-and-accountability school reform movement.