In our age of total romantic confusion, Mandy Len Catron is a voice of good sense, warm humor and consoling wisdom. Through the lens of her own relationships, she teaches us—with a deft, convincing intelligence—some of the vital moves in the art of love.
— Alain de Botton

Praise for How to Fall in Love with Anyone:

“A beautifully written and well-researched cultural criticism as well as an honest memoir.”
—Los Angeles Review of Books 

“It’s hard to imagine a more timely endeavour. Clear-eyed and full of heart, How to Fall in Love With Anyone is mandatory reading for anyone coping with—or curious about—the challenges of contemporary courtship.”
—Toronto Star

“This memoir made up of essays is an addictive read, especially for those who don’t buy the idea of a soulmate or its natural partner, destiny.”
—South China Morning Post

“Catron melds science and emotion beautifully into a thoughtful and thought-provoking meditation on the most universal topic.”

“I am grateful to have read this honest, vulnerable, open-hearted book – a kind book, perhaps the first it’s ever occurred to me to describe that way.”
—Role Reboot

“A touching guide for those trying to find their way, especially in love and life’s early stages.”
—The Globe and Mail

“Personal musings and reminiscences paired with solid research provide an interesting stroll through an abstract topic.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“Honest and well-researched, the book will teach readers plenty about love, science, and themselves. Perfect fodder for the romantic and the cynic in all of us.”

“This book is a well-written and down-to-earth exploration of love and it should help people navigate their own paths in relationships.”
—AU Review

“Catron is at her best when arguing about the cultural impact of stories such as Cinderella and deconstructing the romantic tropes, class biases and white privilege in films such as ‘Pretty Woman’ and ‘Maid in Manhattan.'”
—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Select Interviews:

CBS This Morning: “Is Marriage All It’s Cracked Up To Be”

NPR Weekend Edition: “The Call In: Questions about Making Your Relationship Last

The Washington Post: “Mandy Len Catron’s book about love picks up where those 36 questions left off”

@Google Talks: Mandy Len Catron: “How to Fall in Love with Anyone”

Salon: WATCH: Is there a formula to falling in love with anyone?

CBC Books: “Why Mandy Len Catron wrote a book that tries to understand modern love”

Hazlitt: “‘Heartbreak is Pedestrian, Even Though It Feels Profound’: An Interview with Mandy Len Catron”

CBS This Morning: “‘How to Fall in Love with Anyone’ author on the art of intimacy”

The Boston Globe: “So Can You Fall in Love with Anyone”

Why oh Why Radio: “#41 Can you fall in love with anyone?”

CBC’s The Next Chapter: “How Mandy Len Catron used science to tell her love story”

The Telegraph: “Can 36 questions make you fall–and stay–in love with anyone” 

The Guardian Australia: “We Have Worked Hard for This Moment: Four Feminists Discuss #metoo” 

Le Monde: “Le succès inattendu d’un questionnaire de deux chercheurs « pour tomber amoureux »” 


Other Press:

Publisher’s Weekly: Cover Story: ‘How to Fall in Love with Anyone’