Books David Small Books by David Small David Small has written books about: Nonfiction Comics & Graphic Novels Biography & Memoir Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email NPR stories about David Small "The Incendiaries" R.O. Kwon Samantha Clark/NPR hide caption toggle caption Samantha Clark/NPR Pop Culture Happy Hour Pop Culture Happy Hour All-Books Edition: Volume 2 September 26, 2018 We recommended a lot of stuff during our 'All-Books' episode. So please enjoy this second volume (see what we did there?) of the All-Books Edition of Pop Culture Happy Hour, again led by our extra special panel. Pop Culture Happy Hour All-Books Edition: Volume 2 Listen · 14:57 14:57 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/651101842/651506629" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> New In Paperback New In Paperback, Sept. 13-19 September 15, 2010 Fall fiction blows in with Nick Hornby's novel of a music-obsessed British lad and his sensible girlfriend, E.L. Doctorow's romp through the 20th century with the highborn but hoarding Collyer brothers, Jeannette Walls' scrappy bush-pilot grandmother, and more. Getty Images Best Books Of 2009 In The Year's Best Memoirs, Mirth And Melancholy December 14, 2009 Heller McAlpin's picks include: the story of a lifelong crush on Albert Camus, a humorous take on middle-aged malaise, and a no-nonsense look at mortality. The sharp, fresh writing in these memoirs will bring you headfirst into each author's world, with your heart following close behind. Excerpts: Best Books 2009 Excerpt: 'Stitches' September 15, 2009 Award-winning children's book illustrator David Small's graphic memoir is strictly for grown-ups. Chilling, unsentimental and beautifully drawn, the book recounts a disastrous childhood — and a life rescued by art.