Nostalgic '90s: Books to Relive the Decade

Chokers are back, crop tops are in, and high-waisted ripped jeans are hotter than ever. Welcome back to the 90s! Kick back in your denim-on-denim suit and read some books that will help you relive the decade of third-wave feminism and jelly sandals.

This Is a Book About Kids in the Hall by John Semley

Famous for their television show that ran in the early ’90s, The Kids in the Hall comedy group still has the power to make you laugh the butterfly clips right out of your hair. This Is a Book About Kids in the Hall is book about friendship, collaboration, and comedy — the perfect guide to a legendary Canadian comedy troupe.

Read an excerpt of this great new title here

Bite Me!: The Unofficial Guide to the World of Buffy the Vampire Slayer by Nikki Stafford

Put on your stretch tattoo-choker — Bite Me! is your complete guide to all seven seasons of Buffy. Giving you the best of ’90s fashion and continuing the gender studies started by My So-Called Life, rewatching all of Buffy is the best way to spend your weekend.

Grunge Is Dead: The Oral History of Seattle Rock Music by Greg Prato

The early ’90s grunge movement may have lasted only a few years, but it spawned some of the greatest rock music of all time: Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Alice in Chains, and Soundgarden. Grunge Is Dead contains over 130 interviews, including the first-ever interview in which Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder discusses the group’s history in great detail, accounts on Staley’s drug addiction and death, and insights into the Riot Grrrl movement. You’ll break out your plaid by the end of this volume.

Bedside Manners: George Clooney and ER by Sam Keenleyside

Not many things can take you back to the ’90s the way George Clooney in his ER days can. ER fans going through withdrawal will love digging back into the early seasons of the show with a complete Clooney guide, the “authoritative” ER drinking game, and a section of “Clooneyisms” — unusual quotes and bizarre anecdotes from the gorgeous and irresistible man himself. Keenleyside includes something for everyone in this funny, fact-filled, and indispensable book about the quintessential ’90s sexy medical drama.

’90s Pop Classics:

In My Humble Opinion: My So-Called Life by Soraya Roberts
It Doesn’t Suck: Showgirls by Adam Nayman
Wrapped in Plastic: Twin Peaks by Andy Burns 

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