Emily Kubincanek

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The Rulebreaker: The Life and Times of Barbara Walters

A definitive and deeply researched biography, likely to be in high demand at all libraries, especially those with book clubs. Perfect for future journalists and young people who may not know what women went through to break into careers that were traditionally unwelcoming to them.
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Profane Angel: The Life and Career of Carole Lombard

Great for collections that don’t have any books on Carole Lombard.
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She May Be Lying Down But She May Be Very Happy: A Micro-Memoir

A short but emotional read. Great for memoir fans and patrons who don’t typically gravitate toward nonfiction.
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Connecticut in the Movies: From Dream Houses to Dark Suburbia

A fun book for movie lovers anywhere, but especially those in Connecticut.
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End Credits: How I Broke Up with Hollywood

This will be a good fit where celebrity and industry memoirs circulate well.

Daughter of the Dragon: Anna May Wong’s Rendezvous with American History

Huang’s lively, surprising, and all-encompassing biography of Anna May Wong should be on everyone’s summer reading list. A must for libraries with strong film and pop culture collections.
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Burn It Down: Power, Complicity, and a Call for Change in Hollywood

All workers, as well as TV and movie buffs, can appreciate this well-told book of essays about labor in Hollywood.
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The Cinema of Barbara Stanwyck: Twenty-Six Short Essays on a Working Star

A well-written and engaging book on a star everyone should know. Perfect for libraries with classic movie fans and film-history nerds.
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Third Girl from the Left

A deeply personal, emotionally wrenching memoir and eyewitness account of the AIDS pandemic.
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