Books Allie Brosh Books by Allie Brosh Allie Brosh has written books about: Comedy Nonfiction Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email NPR stories about Allie Brosh Summer Reader Poll 2019: Funny Books We Did It For The LOLs: 100 Favorite Funny Books August 20, 2019 We thought you might need a laugh right about now, so this year's summer reader poll celebrates all the books (and one short story, and a few uncategorizable gems) that make you laugh out loud. Review Book Reviews NPR's Book Concierge: Our Guide To 2013's Great Reads December 4, 2013 NPR staff and critics selected more than 200 standout titles. Now it's up to you: Choose your own adventure! Use our tags to search through books and find the perfect read. Author Interviews Even When It Hurts 'ALOT,' Brosh Faces Life With Plenty Of 'Hyperbole' Fresh Air November 12, 2013 On her Hyperbole and a Half blog, Allie Brosh writes stories about her life illustrated with a "very precise crudeness." Most are lighthearted — about her dog or her favorite grammatical mistake ("a lot" vs. "alot) — but her most popular posts have also been the most upsetting, about her crippling depression. Even When It Hurts 'ALOT,' Brosh Faces Life With Plenty Of 'Hyperbole' Listen · 38:43 38:43 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/244758140/244786561" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript Author Interviews 'Hyperbole' Creator Considers All The Things October 29, 2013 Allie Brosh's popular Web comic/blog hybrid, Hyperbole and a Half, features MS Paint-style doodles and seemingly everyday stories about things like cake and dopey dogs. Hyperbole is now out in book form, containing a mix of old and new material including two funny but unsparing essays on Brosh's struggles with depression. Pop Culture Happy Hour Present Tense: Allie Brosh, Donald Glover, And Hurting Right Now October 29, 2013 Allie Brosh is an artist whose drawings have covered sugar highs, silly pets, and childhood humiliations. But it's her writing about depression that has sparked the most discussion in recent months.