I Hate Everyone...Starting with Me
Here—uncensored and totally uninhibited—she give the best of her worst to First Ladies, closet cases, hypocrites, Hollywood, feminists, and overrated historical figures. And even when letting herself have it, Joan doesn’t hold back in this honest, unabashedly hilarious love letter to the hater in all of us.
Published June 5, 2012
Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work
Joan Rivers –A Piece Of Work exposes the private dramas of irreverent, legendary comedian and pop icon Joan Rivers as she fights tooth and nail to remain the queen of comedy. Filmed as a cinema verite documentary, the film reveals a rare glimpse of the comedic process and the toxic mixture of self-doubt and anger that often fuels it.
Joan’s story is both an outrageously funny journey and a brutally honest look at the ruthless entertainment industry, the trappings of success and the ultimate vulnerability of the life of a performer.
Murder at the Academy Awards: A Red Carpet Murder Mystery
As the Queen of the Red Carpet, Joan Rivers has been eyewitness to Hollywood's most heinous crimes (okay, so they're fashion related). And in this über-stylish mystery, she enlists her no-holdsbarred, slightly blonder literary counterpart, Maxine Taylor, to solve a crime of a different sort. When a gorgeous young actress dies on the Red Carpet, some in Tinseltown call it bad publicity. Max calls it murder.
Men Are Stupid . . . and They Like Big Boobs: A Woman's Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery
Joan Rivers is uniquely qualified to talk about plastic surgery -- because she's one of the few celebrities unafraid to admit to the world what she's "had done" to keep looking so great. Now, with no-holds-barred, she gives women straight-talking advice on better living through looking better.
In Making Trouble, Joan Rivers joins Molly Picon, Fanny Brice, Sophie Tucker, Gilda Radner, and Wendy Wasserstein in a comic exploration of what it means to be Jewish, female, and funny. And she’s joined by up and coming comics Judy Gold, Jessica Kirson, Jackie Hoffman, and Cory Kahaney who host the film from Katz's Delicatessen. Using rare archival footage and in-depth interviews, Making Trouble brings to life the female comic legends that made us laugh, defied cultural expectations, and changed all the rules.
Still Talking is the story of a woman who had - and lost - everything. Through her career struggles and personal tragedies Joan Rivers proved to be a survivor and in this work, tells her story.
Don't Count the Candles: Just Keep the Fire Lit!
With the humor and wisdom, Joan Rivers discusses the latest staying-young breakthroughs and counsels listeners on how to stay youthful, healthy, and mellow during all the passages of life.
Jewelry by Joan Rivers
All of Joan Rivers' love and knowledge of jewelry is reflected in the pieces she designs for her own collection, hundreds of which are reproduced here in specially commissioned full-color photos. She also takes readers behind the scenes to show how fine costume jewelry is crafted, from initial sketches to finished product.
Bouncing Back: I've Survived Everything--and I Mean Everything--and You Can Too!
Comic and best selling author Joan Rivers uses her characteristic verve and wit to candidly reveal how she hit rock bottom and made it back to the top, in this inspirational, very human, no-holds-barred memoir.
From Mother to Daughter: Thoughts and Advice on Life, Love, and Marriage
In this touching, and timely book -- which grew out of a letter to her daughter Melissa -- Joan Rivers writes about a series of highly personal but universal subjects, including religion, fate, sex, life changes, the importance of touching and contact, money, trust, love, and death.