I’M WITH STUPID: One Man. One Woman. 10,000 Years of Misunderstanding Between the Sexes Cleared Right Up By Gene Weingarten and Gina Barreca (Simon & Schuster, $21)

This dynamic duo coauthors the wildly popular Washington Post “He Said, She Said” column, which deconstructs the ways men and women view the world. The pair couldn’t be more different: Barreca’s a feminist college professor with a PhD; Weingarten’s a college dropout who admits to shamelessly imitating Dave Barry — and that’s where the hilarity begins.

By Joe Eszterhas (Knopf, $27)
In this juicy memoir, Eszterhas unloads trunks full of movie-industry gossip and never-before-published tales from his adventures in Hollywood.

WALKING TO VERMONT: The Further Adventures of a Foreign Correspondent
By Christopher S. Wren (Simon & Schuster, $24)
On the day he retired from The New York Times, Wren left the newspaper’s New York City office and walked north, through five states, to his home in Vermont — nearly 400 miles covered on foot. Here, the acclaimed reporter recounts his journey and reflects on retirement, age, and his amazing career.