The new book The League Of Regrettable Superheroes lovingly recounts the deeply goofy world of weird crusaders that popped up and, just as quickly, disappeared.
Make Something Up, a compilation of 21 stories and one novella by Chuck Palahniuk, debuts at No. 12.
In Triggers, which debuts at No. 14, Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter explain how to overcome potentially damaging psychological triggers.
At No. 13, Graeme Simsion's The Rosie Project tells the story of a man trying to find a wife and a woman trying to find her father.
Appearing at No. 11, Hampton Sides' In The Kingdom of Ice recounts a doomed 19th-century naval expedition to the North Pole and the crew's struggle for survival in the Arctic.
Musician Michael Feinstein chronicles his experience working as an archivist and cataloger for legendary songwriter Ira Gershwin. Originally broadcast Oct. 17, 2012.
Andrew Solomon, the author of The Noonday Demon, discusses the challenges of pregnancy for women who are depressed. The long-term effects of antidepressants taken during pregnancy are unclear.
In his new memoir, Joseph Kim tells the harrowing tale of his journey from being homeless on the streets of North Korea to a college student in America.