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Josh Korda, Unsubscribe

Unsubscribe“Josh Korda makes Buddhism relatable and fresh, weaves in neuroscience and psychology, and serves it all up with a heaping dollop of candor, fearlessness, and wit. This book is a how-to guide for people wanting to learn how to face demons, forge deeper connections, sit comfortably in their skin, and step away from the distractions of social media and mindlessness of consumerism—things we all know will never leave us satisfied. Tune in and unsubscribe.” —Cara Buckley of The New York Times

Unsubscribe is unvarnished Dharma. With fierce determination and piercing insight, Josh Korda aims to awaken a culture lulled by material comfort and spiritual delusion. Only open this book of you are ready to hear the truth and take on the task of authentic transformation.” —Kevin Griffin, author of One Breath at a Time

“Josh Korda has laid out a no-nonsense psychological roadmap for anyone who wants to get to the heart of their stuck patterns. It’s rare that a teacher is so honest about himself, and it humanizes the practices, allowing the reader to see their way through to profound inner change and connection with others.” —Lodro Rinzler, author of Love Hurts

“Inspired. Unsubscribe offers a way to radically change your life into wholehearted being. Read. Explore. Engage!” —Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison, editor of Awake at the Bedside and Guiding Teacher of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care

Katherine Sharpe, Coming of Age on Zoloft

zoloftComing of Age on Zoloft is fantastic and pause-giving in its entirety, embodying the rare bravery of asking important, complex questions in a society that fetishizes simplistic answers.” —Maria Popova, Brain Pickings

“A knowing account of what it is like to grow up on psychiatric medications. Balanced and informative—an education for any parent considering psychiatric medication for a troubled adolescent.” —Kirkus Reviews

“Sharpe’s book was one of the few of this genre that told me something new, and it did so quite beautifully.” —Gary Greenberg, author of The Book of Woe: The DSM and the Unmaking of Psychiatry

Coming of Age on Zoloft is an absorbing read in the tradition of Kay Redfield Jamison, but freshened and made urgent by its exploration of what it means to develop an adult identity while under drug treatment. This is an important book.” —David Dobbs, Wired science correspondent

“A fascinating look at how drugs and trends have shaped the identities of individuals and of a generation—provocative without being sensationalistic, skillfully written, and totally necessary.” —Emily Gould, author of And the Heart Says Whatever

Helen Scales, Poseidon’s Steed

scales “Effectively examines the seahorse’s chameleon qualities, as well as the phenomenon of males giving birth-the only such instance in the animal kingdom. The author is also adept at delineating the seahorse’s alleged healing powers, and she offers a fascinating study in the history of aquariums and the pursuit of ‘queer fish’ […] the author makes a solid case for a rare and wondrous creature.” —Kirkus

“A true natural history book, covering all aspects of the seahorse’s involvement in the world […] Scales is a marine biologist, and her fascination with the subject (she learned to scuba dive in order to observe this remarkable creature) shines through in her easy-to-read style and the way she uses the seahorse as a hook to discuss broader subjects […] This is sure to appeal to both teens and readers interested in the natural world.” —Library Journal

“This seems to be just about the perfect book: small, delicate, elegant, charming, unusual, fascinating and uniquely memorable, a classic of its kind. In fact, now I come to think of it, Poseidon’s Steed is itself a sort of seahorse of the book world.” —Simon Winchester

“This gem of a book has all the charm, passion, and compassion that one could look for in a great, relaxing read. Helen Scales is such a delightful writer and traveling guide that you won’t even realize how much you’re learning. Open the cover, go for a ride, have fun with this book. It’s perfect for the beach.” —Carl Safina, author of Song for the Blue Ocean, Eye of the Albatross, and Voyage of the Turtle