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      2021

      Fiction

      Dead Sound (Things Unseen, Book 1)
      Anise Eden ’94
      Tangled Tree Publishing, October 2021

      Frieda’s Song
      Ellen Prentiss Campbell (Ellen Campbell Pskowski ’75)
      Apprentice House Press, May 2021

      Lead Me Home
      Shannon O’Brien ’13
      Bella Books, February 2021

      Leisha’s Song
      Lynn Slaughter ’69
      Fire & Ice, June 2021

      Long Walk Home
      Ellyn Oaksmith ’85
      Bookouture, April 2021

      A Mother’s Promise
      K.D. Alden (Karen Potter Moser ’89)
      Forever, January 2021

      Satisfaction Guaranteed
      Karelia Stetz-Waters ’99
      Forever, June 2021

      The Women of Chateau Lafayette
      Stephanie Dray ’93
      Berkley Books, March 2021


      Nonfiction

      Clothing the New World Church: Liturgical Textiles of Spanish America, 1520–1820
      Maya Stanfield-Mazzi ’94
      University of Notre Dame Press, February 2021

      The Empathetic Workplace: 5 Steps to a Compassionate, Calm, and Confident Response to Trauma On the Job
      Katharine Manning ’96
      HarperCollins Leadership, February 2021

      In My Next Life I’ll Get It Right
      Rosemary Mild (Rosemary Pollack Mild ’57)
      Magic Island Literary Works, March?2021

      Insanity Defense: Why Our Failure to Confront Hard National Security Problems Makes Us Less Safe
      Jane Harman (Jane Lakes Harman ’66)
      St. Martin’s Press, May 2021

      A Lesser Mortal: The Unexpected Life of Sarah B. Cochran
      Kimberly Hess ’96
      Books Fluent, May 2021

      The Lord’s Resistance Army: Violence and Peacemaking in Africa
      Mareike Schomerus, Am.S. Dipl. ’95
      Cambridge University Press, April 2021

      The Lost Boys of Montauk: The True Story of the Wind Blown, Four Men Who Vanished at Sea, and the Survivors They Left Behind
      Amanda M. Fairbanks (Amanda Millner ’03)
      Gallery Books, May 2021

      Nonfiction (continued)

      Ms. Adventure: My Wild Explorations in Science, Lava, and Life
      Jess Phoenix (Jess Mencer Phoenix ’04)
      Timber Press, March 2021

      Nothing Happened: A History
      Susan A. Crane ’85
      Stanford University Press, January 2021

      The Only Wonderful Things: The Creative Partnership of Willa Cather & Edith Lewis
      Melissa J. Homestead ’85
      Oxford University Press, March 2021

      Rebirth of a Lotus: Escaping Domestic Abuse
      Lucy R. Rodriguez AC ’07
      Independently published, March 2021

      Visions from My Travels: African Birds
      Marian Herz ’75
      Blurb, January 2021

      Women and Other Monsters: Building a New Mythology
      Jess Zimmerman (Jess Henig Zimmerman ’01)
      Beacon Press, March 2021


      Poetry

      Ocean Currents
      Hannah Rousselot ’14
      Finishing Line Press, June 2021

      Viable: Poems and Apologies
      Chloe Yelena Miller ’98
      Lily Poetry Review Books, February 2021


      Children/Young Adult

      The Antidote
      Susan McCormick (Susan Jacobs McCormick ’84)
      The Wild Rose Press, May 2021

      The House of Grass and Sky
      Mary Lyn Ray ’68; illustrated by E. B. Goodale
      Candlewick, April 2021

      How to Have a Birthday
      Mary Lyn Ray ’68; illustrated by Cindy Derby
      Candlewick, September 2021

      I Do Not Like Yolanda
      Zoey Abbott ’96
      Tundra Books, March 2021

      The Long Shadow
      Phyllis Wheeler (Phyllis Hough Wheeler ’73)
      Elk Lake Publishing, June 2021

      The Magnificent Makers #4: The Great Germ Hunt
      Theanne Griffith ’08; illustrated by Reggie Brown
      Random House Children’s Books, October 2021

      Middletown
      Sarah Moon ’04
      Levine Querido, April 2021

      Vrooom, Vrooom!
      Mary Lyn Ray ’68; illustrated by Julien Chung
      Beach Lane Books, June 2021

      2020

      Fiction

      The Circus Rose
      Betsy Cornwell ’10
      Clarion Books, June 2020

      The Fog Ladies: Family Matters
      Susan McCormick (Susan Jacobs McCormick ’84)
      The Wild Rose Press, October 2020

      The Fox Demon’s Kiss
      Keri Moore ’09
      Tethys Night Sky Publishing, November 2020

      Friends and Strangers
      J. Courtney Sullivan ’03
      Knopf, June 2020

      Full Bloom: A Novel of Food, Family, and Freaking Out
      Judith Arnold (Barbara Keiler ’74)
      Story Plant, June 2020

      Kickoff: A Lainie Lovett Mystery
      Judith Arnold (Barbara Keiler ’74)
      Judith Arnold, January 2020

      Known By Heart: Collected Stories
      Ellen Prentiss Campbell (Ellen Campbell Pskowski ’75)
      Apprentice House Press, May 2020

      Mademoiselle de Malepeire
      Fanny Reybaud; translated from the French by Barbara Basbanes Richter ’03
      Bancroft Press, October 2020

      The Paris Affair: A Theresa Schurman Mystery
      Susanne Dunlap ’76
      Susanne Dunlap, September 2020

      Paris Never Leaves You
      Ellen Feldman ’63
      St. Martin’s Griffin, August 2020

      Perfectly Famous
      Emily Liebert (Emily Einhorn Liebert ’98)
      Gallery Books, June 2020

      Promises at Indigo Bay
      Ellyn Oaksmith ’85
      Bookouture, October 2020

      Snowed Under
      Mary Feliz (Mary Cooper Feliz ’80)
      Lyrical Press, June 2020

      Summer in Gettysburg
      Evelyn Landane (Amy Allen Woodis ’75)
      Evelyn Landane, June 2020


      Nonfiction

      American Freethinker: Elihu Palmer and the Struggle for Religious Freedom in the New Nation
      Kirsten Fischer ’85
      University of Pennsylvania Press, December 2020

      Animal Quintet: A Southern Memoir
      Colin Dayan ’71
      Los Angeles Review of Books, December 2020

      Behind the Times: Virginia Woolf in Late-Victorian Contexts
      Mary Jean Corbett ’84
      Cornell University Press, November 2020

      The Bible With and Without Jesus: How Jews and Christians Read the Same Stories Differently
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78 and Marc Zvi Brettler
      HarperOne, October 2020

      Black Futures
      Kimberly Drew ’12 and Jenna Wortham, eds.
      One World, December 2020

      The Clumsy Ark
      Nancy Goldring ’67
      Sprachlichter, December 2020

      Connecting From a Quarantine Kitchen: My Shelter Island Pandemic Story
      Jacquelyn A. Ottman ’77
      Kindle Direct Publishing, October 2020

      (Con)textos femeninos: Antología de escritoras espa?olas
      Elizabeth Smith Rousselle (Elizabeth Smith Widerquist '91) and Erika M. Sutherland, eds.
      Peter Lang, June 2020

      The Death of Idealism: Development and Anti-Politics in the Peace Corps
      Meghan Elizabeth Kallman ’05
      Columbia University Press, April 2020

      Dispute System Design: Preventing, Managing, and Resolving Conflict
      Lisa Blomgren Amsler ’76, Janet K. Martinez and Stephanie E. Smith
      Stanford University Press, June 2020

      Dr. Anne Good Health at Hand: Your Own Lifelong Way to Eat, Exercise and Meditate
      Anne Seifert, MA ’65
      Varnes Publishers, August 2020

      Eldercare as Art and Ministry
      Irene V. Jackson-Brown, MAT ’70
      Church Publishing Company, October 2020

      Eugène-Louis Charvot
      Susan M. Gallo ’76
      GILES, January 2020

      Exploring the Role of the School Principal in Predominantly White Middle Schools: School Leadership to Promote Multicultural Understanding
      Jacquelynne Anne Boivin (Jacquelynne Chase Boivin ’14)
      Routledge, November 2020

      Growing Old: Notes on Aging with Something Like Grace
      Elizabeth Marshall Thomas ’53
      HarperOne, April 2020

      The Hothouse Flower: Nurturing Women in the Victorian Conservatory
      Margaret Flanders Darby ’67
      Edward Everett Root Publishers, September 2020

      How to Free Your Inner Mathematician: Notes on Mathematics and Life
      Susan D’Agostino, MAT ’98
      Oxford University Press, May?2020

      Jesus for Everyone: Not Just Christians
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78
      HarperCollins, March 2020

      The Ladies’ Village Improvement Society Cookbook: Eating and Entertaining in East Hampton
      Florence Fabricant (Florence Gertner Fabricant ’58)
      Rizzoli, April 2020

      Liberty and Insanity in the Age of the American Revolution
      Sarah L. Swedberg ’88
      Lexington Books, December 2020

      Life Magazine and the Power of Photography
      Katherine A. Bussard ’98 and Kristen Gresh, eds.
      Princeton University Art Museum, April 2020

      The Lives and Deaths of Shelter Animals
      Katja M. Guenther ’97
      Stanford University Press, August 2020

      Loved and Wanted: A Memoir of Choice, Children, and Womanhood
      Christa Parravani ’99
      Henry Holt and Co., November 2020

      Mademoiselle de Malepeire
      Fanny Reybaud; translated by Barbara Basbanes Richter ’03
      Bancroft Press, October 2020

      The Mediterranean Diaspora in Late Antiquity: What Christianity Cost the Jews
      Ross Shepard Kraemer ’70
      Oxford University Press, March 2020

      Modern Artifacts
      Michelle Elligott ’93 and Tod Lippy
      Esopus Books, June 2020

      Nonfiction (continued)

      My Separate Worlds: Daughter of the Holocaust and Evangelical Christianity
      Ingrid Alpern (Ingrid Yollick Alpern ’69)
      Ingrid Alpern, June 2020

      My Shadow Is My Skin: Voices from the Iranian Diaspora
      Katherine Whitney and Leila Emery ’02, eds.
      University of Texas Press, March 2020

      My Trans Parent: A User Guide for When Your Parent Transitions
      Heather Bryant ’00
      Jessica Kingsley Publishers, May 2020

      On the Rocks: A Storyteller’s Memoir
      Jane Hughes Gignoux ’52
      iUniverse, January 2020

      Pandemic Teaching: Reflections from the Playground
      Jennifer Smith ’91
      Kindle Direct Publishing, December 2020

      Picturing Resistance: Moments and Movements of Social Change from the 1950s to Today
      Melanie Hastings Light ’80 and Ken Light
      Ted Speed Press, October 2020

      Queering Italian Media
      Sole Anatrone ’04 and Julia Heim, eds.
      Lexington Books, January 2020

      Retirement by Design: A Guided Workbook for Creating a Happy and Purposeful Future
      Ida O. Abbott (Ida Offenbach Abbott ’69)
      Ulysses Press, March 2020

      The Routledge Guidebook to Paine’s Rights of Man
      Frances Anne Chiu ’85
      Routledge, April 2020

      Secret Garden
      Margaretta K. Mitchell (Margaretta Kuhlthau Mitchell ’57)
      Elysian Editions, December 2020

      The Sensing Body in the Visual Arts: Making and Experiencing Sculpture
      Rosalyn Driscoll ’67
      Bloomsbury Visual Arts, September 2020

      Sermon on the Mount: A Beginner’s Guide to the Kingdom of Heaven
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78
      Abingdon Press, August 2020

      Shadows’ Shadows
      Nancy Goldring ’67
      Metambesen, October 2020

      Sino-French Trade at Canton, 1698–1842
      Susan E. Schopp ’71
      Hong Kong University Press, November 2020

      Stolen Song: How the Troubadours Became French
      Eliza Zingesser ’05
      Cornell University Press, March 2020

      Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician’s Guide
      Charlynn Small and Mazella Fuller, MSW ’95, eds.
      Routledge, July 2020

      Ultimate Puppy Training for Kids: A Step-by-Step Guide for Exercises and Tricks
      Mark Van Wye, MFA ’01
      Rockridge Press, June 2020

      Unpacked: An Old Soul’s Guide to the Art of Relocation
      Christine Kraft (Christine Fallon Kraft ’88)
      Independently published, October 2020

      The Vegucated Family Table: Irresistible Vegan Recipes and Proven Tips for Feeding Plant-Powered Babies, Toddlers, and Kids
      Marisa Miller Wolfson ’98 and Laura Delhauer
      Ten Speed Press, August 2020

      Visions from My Travels: Ethiopia
      Marian Herz ’75
      Blurb, November 2020

      Visions from My Travels: Penguins
      Marian Herz ’75
      Blurb, November 2020

      Visions from My Travels: People
      Marian Herz ’75
      Blurb, December 2020

      Wood Gaylor and American Modernism, 1913–1936
      Andrea Rosen ’09
      Fleming Museum of Art, January 2020

      Young Mongols: Forging Democracy in the Wild, Wild East
      Aubrey Menarndt ’08
      Penguin Random House SEA, March 2020


      Poetry

      Awakening
      Stephanie Shafran ’72
      Daffodil Press, April 2020

      Land’s End
      Gail Mazur (Gail Beckwith Mazur ’59)
      The University of Chicago Press, September 2020

      Trouble
      Anne Harding Woodworth ’65
      Turning Point, October 2020

      Write It!: 100 Poetry Prompts to Inspire
      Jessica Jacobs ’02 and Nickole Brown
      Spruce Books, October 2020


      Children/Young Adult

      Cub
      Cynthia L. Copeland ’82
      Algonquin Young Readers, January 2020

      Fighting Words
      Kimberly Brubaker Bradley ’89
      Dial Books, August 2020

      In the Grand Garden
      Ellie Goldberg (Helen Schellhammer Goldberg ’71) and Dana Lloret; illustrated by Donna Underwood
      Blurb, December 2020

      The Magnificent Makers #1: How to Test a Friendship
      Theanne Griffith ’08; illustrated by Reggie Brown
      Random House Children’s Books, May 2020

      The Magnificent Makers #2: Brain Trouble
      Theanne Griffith ’08; illustrated by Reggie Brown
      Random House Children’s Books, May 2020

      The Magnificent Makers #3: Riding Sound Waves
      Theanne Griffith ’08; illustrated by Reggie Brown
      Random House Children’s Books, September 2020

      Over the Moon
      James Proimos; illustrated by Zoey Abbott ’96
      Chronicle Books, March 2020

      Protecting You… Protecting Me
      Susan Poage and Dina Rosen (Dina Bloom Rosen ’88); illustrated by Benjamin Chew and Dina Rosen (Dina Bloom Rosen ’88)
      Independently published, June 2020

      This Is What I Know About Art
      Kimberly Drew ’12; illustrated by Ashley Lukashevsky
      Penguin Random House, June 2020

      What Ruth the Cat Knows
      Kathryn Mishkin '09
      BookBaby, November 2020

      Wherever I Go
      Mary Wagley Copp ’80; illustrated by Munir D. Mohammed
      Atheneum Books for Young Readers, April 2020

      Who Was Ida B. Wells?
      Sarah Fabiny ’83; illustrated by Ted Hammond
      Penguin Workshop, June 2020

      2019

      Fiction

      Cliff Hanger
      Mary Feliz (Mary Cooper Feliz ’80)
      Lyrical Underground, July 2019

      The Codebook Murders
      Leslie Nagel (Leslie Simms Nagel ’83)
      Random House, May 2019

      Copper and Goldie: 13 Tails of Mystery and Suspense in Hawaii
      Rosemary Mild?(Rosemary Pollack Mild ’57) and Larry Mild
      Magic Island Literary Works, August 2019

      The Emancipation of Emily Rosenbloom
      Elinor Gale ’62
      Blue Light Press, August 2019

      The Fog Ladies
      Susan McCormick (Susan Jacobs McCormick ’84)
      The Wild Rose Press, October 2019

      The Line Between
      Tosca Lee ’92
      Howard Books, January 2019

      Listen to the Wind
      Susanne Dunlap ’76
      Bellastoria Press, April 2019

      Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom
      Sylvia Plath ’55
      Harper Perennial, January 2019

      The Nine: A Novel
      Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg ’87
      She Writes Press, August 2019

      A Single Light
      Tosca Lee ’92
      Howard Books, September 2019

      The Starless Sea
      Erin Morgenstern ’00
      Doubleday, November 2019

      Thorn
      Anna Burke ’12
      Bywater Books, January 2019

      The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus
      Alanna McFall ’12
      Atthis Arts, June 2019


      Nonfiction

      Actualize! A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating the Life You Want
      Jessica S. Gifford, MSW ’00
      CreateSpace, May 2019

      Against My Father’s Will: A Memoir
      Jane Morgan Barry ’68
      Back Shore Publishing, November 2019

      Battling Bella: The Protest Politics of Bella Abzug
      Leandra Ruth Zarnow ’01
      Harvard University Press, November 2019

      The Bouvier Affair: A True Story
      Alexandra Bregman ’10
      Ingram, April 2019

      Brain Candy: A Memoir
      Deirdre Timmons (Deirdre Allen Timmons ’88)
      Deirdre Timmons, February 2019

      Celibacy, a Love Story: Memoir of a Catholic Priest’s Daughter
      Mimi Bull (Mimi Foyette Bull ’58)
      Bauhan Publishing, September 2019

      Central Park’s Adventure-Style Playgrounds: Renewal of a Midcentury Legacy
      Marie Warsh ’97
      LSU Press, November 2019

      The Coffeehouse Resistance: Brewing Hope in Desperate Times
      Sarina Prabasi ’95
      Green Writers Press, April 2019

      The Color of My Mind: Mental Health Narratives from People of Color
      Dior Vargas ’09
      Reclamation Press, November 2019

      Companion to the Works of Hermann Broch
      Graham Bartram, Sarah McGaughey ’97 and Galin Tihanov, eds.
      Camden House, April 2019

      Eightysomethings: A Practical Guide to Letting Go, Aging Well, and Finding Unexpected Happiness
      Katharine Esty (Katharine Cole Esty ’56)
      Skyhorse Publishing, September 2019

      Explorations of a Mind-Traveling Sociologist
      Renée C. Fox ’49
      Anthem Press, November 2019

      The Fourth String: A Memoir of Sensei and Me
      Janet Pocorobba ’89
      Stone Bridge Press, March 2019

      Gendered Citizenship: Understanding Gendered Violence in Democratic India
      Natasha Behl ’04
      Oxford University Press, August 2019

      Genetic Consultations in the Newborn
      Robin D. Clark ’75 and Cynthia J. Curry
      Oxford University Press, February 2019

      Good Queen Anne: Appraising the Life and Reign of the Last Stuart Monarch
      Judith Lissauer Cromwell ’57
      McFarland, April 2019

      How We Win: How Cutting-Edge Entrepreneurs, Political Visionaries, Enlightened Business Leaders, and Social Media Mavens Can Defeat the Extremist Threat
      Farah Pandith ’90
      Custom House, March 2019

      Nonfiction (continued)

      Hunger: A Memoir
      Marian Del Vecchio (Marian Seidner Del Vecchio ’57)
      Leap Year Press, February 2019

      I Never Called It Rape—Updated Edition: The Ms. Report on Recognizing, Fighting, and Surviving Date and Acquaintance Rape
      Robin Warshaw; preface by Gloria Steinem ’56
      Harper Perennial, February 2019

      Incredible Vegan Ice Cream: Decadent, All-Natural Flavors Made with Coconut Milk
      Deena Jalal ’02
      Page Street Publishing Co., June 2019

      Julia Child: The Last Interview and Other Conversations
      Introduction by Helen Rosner ’04
      Melville House, March 2019

      Medical Parenting: How to Navigate Health, Wellness and the Medical System with Your Child
      Jacqueline Jones ’80
      Morgan James Publishing, November 2019

      Pickin’ Cotton on the Way to Church: The Life and Work of Father Boniface Hardin, OSB
      Nancy Van Note Chism, MA ’71
      Indiana Historical Society Press, July 2019

      A Pocket Guide to Clinical Midwifery: The Efficient Midwife, Second Edition
      Lauren A. Dutton ’04, Jessica E. Densmore ’00 and Meredith B. Turner
      Jones & Bartlett Learning, May 2019

      Pretty Posies, Powerful Healing: An Herbal Primer
      Maria Antonia Viteri; illustrated by Louise Jones McPhillips ’76 et al.
      Birmingham Historical Society, October 2019

      Puppy Training in 7 Easy Steps: Everything You Need to Know to Raise the Perfect Dog
      Mark Van Wye, MFA ’01
      Rockridge Press, April 2019

      Queen of the Pulps: The Reign of Daisy Bacon and?Love Story Magazine
      Laurie Powers AC ’00
      McFarland Books, September 2019

      Reflections on Long-Term Relational Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
      Susan A. Lord, MSW ’79, ed.
      Routledge, March 2019

      Sex Therapy with Erotically Marginalized Clients: Nine Principles of Clinical Support
      Damon M. Constantinides, Shannon L. Sennott, MSW ’08, and Davis Chandler
      Routledge, March 2019

      Surprised by Self: Escaping the Cultural Cocoon in Favor of Fluttering and Flying Free
      Rosalie Allen Taylor (Rosalie Taylor Howlett ’46) CreateSpace, October 2019

      Three Sheets to the Wind: The Nautical Origins of Everyday Expressions
      Cynthia Barrett ’78
      Lyons Press, May 2019

      The Truth Will Set You Free, But First It Will Piss You Off!: Thoughts on Life, Love, and Rebellion
      Gloria Steinem ’56
      Random House, October 2019

      Wading Right In: Discovering the Nature of Wetlands
      Catherine Owen Koning and Sharon M. Ashworth ’87
      University of Chicago Press, August 2019

      Your White Coat is Waiting: Vital Advice for Pre-Meds
      Kirsten E. Kirby ’02 and William M. Kirby
      Kirby Career Advising, May 2019


      Poetry

      The Heart’s Necessities: Life in Poetry
      Jane Tyson Clement ’39 with Becca Stevens
      Plough Publishing House, April 2019

      Pentimento
      Alysse Kathleen McCanna ’07
      Gold Line Press, March 2019

      Take Me With You, Wherever You’re Going
      Jessica Jacobs ’02
      Four Way Books, March 2019


      Children/Young Adult

      The Crayon Man: The True Story of the Invention of Crayola Crayons
      Natascha Biebow ’93; illustrated by Steven Salerno
      HMH Books for Young Readers, March 2019

      The Little Green Girl
      Lisa Anchin ’04
      Dial Books for Young Readers, April 2019

      Sky Without Stars
      Jessica Brody ’01 and Joanne Rendell
      Simon Pulse, March 2019

      The Sun Shines Everywhere
      Mary Ann Hoberman (Mary Ann Freedman Hoberman ’51); illustrated by Luciano Lozano
      Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, March 2019

      Who Is My Neighbor?
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78 and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso; illustrated by Denise Turu
      Flyaway Books, January 2019

      Who’s Hiding In This Book?: Meet 10 Famous Authors
      Sheila Cordner ’03; illustrated by Daniel Fiore
      Pierce Press / Daytripper Books, November 2019

      2018

      Fiction

      The Advice Column Murders: The Oakwood Mystery Series
      Leslie Nagel (Leslie Simms Nagel ’83)
      Penguin Random House; April 2018

      Compass Rose
      Anna Burke ’12
      Bywater Books; July 2018

      Consumed
      J. R. Ward (Jessica Bird ’91)
      Gallery Books; October 2018

      Disorderly Conduct: A Maggie McDonald Mystery
      Mary Feliz (Mary Cooper Feliz ’80)
      Lyrical Underground; July 2018

      The Heart of an Artichoke: A Tale of Betrayal
      Katie Butterworth (Katharine Macomber Butterworth 1922)
      Saugus Books; April 2018

      Honolulu Heat: Between the Mountains and the Great Sea
      Rosemary Mild (Rosemary Pollack Mild ’57) and Larry Mild
      Magic Island Literary Works; August 2018

      Idyll Hands: A Thomas Lynch Novel
      Stephanie Gayle ’97
      Seventh Street Books; September 2018

      Kick the Bucket: A Lainie Lovett Mystery
      Judith Arnold (Barbara Keiler ’74)
      Bellastoria Press; February 2018

      Kickdown
      Rebecca Clarren ’97
      Arcade Publishing; September 2018

      Landslide
      Melissa Leet (Melissa Chamberlain Leet '86)
      Antrim House; March 2018

      Love and Sabotage
      Martha Tolles ’43 (Martha Gregory Tolles ’43)
      Speaking Volumes; November 2018

      Rescue Me: The Magic Jukebox, Book Eight
      Judith Arnold (Barbara Keiler ’74)
      Amazon Digital Services; May 2018

      Sleeping With the Monster
      Anya Martin ’85
      Lethe Press; November 2018

      The Universe Between Us
      Jane C. Esther (Jess Wallis ’05)
      Bold Strokes Books; January 2018

      Where Do They All Come From?
      Patty Friedmann ’68
      Sartoris Literary Group; May 2018

      Wicked and the Wallflower: The Bareknuckle Bastards Book I
      Sarah MacLean (Sarah Trabucchi ’00)
      Avon Books; June 2018


      Nonfiction

      After Emily: Two Remarkable Women and the Legacy of America’s Greatest Poet
      Julie Dobrow ’81
      W. W. Norton & Company; October 2018

      Bitterroot: The Life and Death of Meriwether Lewis
      Patricia Tyson Stroud (Patricia Peterson McCurdy ’55)
      University of Pennsylvania Press; March 2018

      A Blueprint for War: FDR and the Hundred Days that Mobilized America
      Susan Dunn ’66
      Yale University Press; April 2018

      Booze & Vinyl: A Spirited Guide to Great Music and Mixed Drinks
      André Darlington and Tenaya Darlington ’94
      Running Press; April 2018

      Breaking Glass—Broken Barriers: Voyage of an Entrepreneurial Spirit: A Memoir
      Joyce Verplank Hatton ’54
      Archway Publishing; September 2018

      Calgary through the Eyes of Writers
      Shaun Hunter ’84
      Rocky Mountain Books; November 2018

      Chaplain: The World War II Letters of Army Air Corp Chaplain Paschal Dupuy Fowlkes
      Rives Fowlkes Carroll ’65, ed.
      Politics and Prose; May 2018

      Chimerism: A Clinical Guide
      Kayla Sheets ’00
      Springer; June 2018

      Counseling for Artists, Performers, and Other Creative Individuals: A Guide for Clinicians
      Olga E. Gonithellis ’06
      Routledge; May 2018

      The Crusade for Forgotten Souls: Reforming Minnesota’s Mental Institutions, 1946–1954
      Susan Bartlett Foote ’67
      University of Minnesota Press; April 2018

      Descent into Love: My Journey with Mom through Dementia
      Ellie Schellhammer Goldberg ’71
      Kindle Direct Publishing; November 2018

      Drawing for the Absolute and Utter Beginner, Revised
      Claire Watson Garcia ’67
      Watson-Guptill; July 2018

      Entering the Passion of Jesus: A Beginner’s Guide to Holy Week
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78
      Abingdon Press; December 2018

      Ethics, Politics, and Whistleblowing in Engineering
      Nicholas Sakellariou and Rania Milleron ’92, eds.
      CRC Press; October 2018

      An Extra Mile: A Story of Embracing God’s Call
      Sharon Garlough Brown ’91
      InterVarsity Press; February 2018

      Fifty Million Rising:?The New Generation of Working Women Transforming the Muslim World
      Saadia Zahidi ’02
      Nation Books; January 2018

      Follow the Leader: Believe in Yourself. Craft Your Future
      Stephanie Mickle ’94
      13th & Joan; July 2018

      Food Sovereignty the Navajo Way: Cooking with Tall Woman
      Charlotte J. Frisbie (Charlotte Johnson Frisbie ’62)
      University of New Mexico Press; April 2018

      Food Wisdom for Women: Aging With Energy, Vitality, Health
      Donna P. Feldman (Donna Psiaki Feldman ’73)
      CreateSpace; March 2018

      48 Peaks: Hiking and Healing in the White Mountains
      Cheryl Suchors ’72
      She Writes Press; September 2018

      Four Weeks to Wellness: Evidence-Based Exercises to Cultivate Health and Happiness in Your Life
      Jessica S. Gifford, MSW ’00
      CreateSpace; March 2018

      From Asylum to Prison: Deinstitutionalization and the Rise of Mass Incarceration after 1945
      Anne E. Parsons?’00
      The University of North Carolina Press; October 2018

      Glorious Mountain Days: The 1902 Hike That Helped Save the White Mountains
      Allison W. Bell ’79 and Maida Goodwin ’83
      Bondcliff Books; December 2018

      Godspeed: A Memoir
      Casey Legler ’07
      Atria Books; July 2018

      The Gospel of Luke (New Cambridge Bible Commentary)
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78 and Ben Witherington III
      Cambridge University Press; June 2018

      The Gothic Romance Wave: A Critical History of the Mass Market Novels, 1960–1993
      Lori A. Paige ’87
      McFarland Publishing; August 2018

      A Gut Feeling: Conquer Your Sweet Tooth by Tuning Into Your Microbiome
      Heather Anne Wise ’08
      Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; September 2018

      The Hidden Life of Life: A Walk Through the Reaches of Time
      Elizabeth Marshall Thomas ’53
      Penn State Press; March 2018

      Nonfiction (continued)

      How It Happened: Documenting the Tragedy of Hungarian Jewry
      Erno Munkácsi; edited by Nina Munk ’88
      McGill-Queen’s University Press; October 2018

      How It Happened: The 2016 Presidential Campaign in Jest and Verse
      Erika S. Fine ’77
      Poet Pundit Press; January 2018

      How to Become a Voice Over Artist: Spiritual Keys to Success
      Hillary Hawkins
      Hillary Hawkins Production; May 2018

      Jam Session: A Fruit-Preserving Handbook
      Joyce Goldstein (Joyce Esersky Goldstein ’56)
      Lorena Jones Books; June 2018

      Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks: The Story of Knapp Ranch?
      Sarah Chase Shaw ’90
      The Knapp Press; September 2018

      Lunar Flower Priestess: Ritual Magic & Healing Wisdom for the Sacred Feminine Spirit?
      Hannah Corbett ’00
      BookBaby; April 2018

      Not for the Faint of Heart: Lessons in Courage, Power, and Persistence
      Wendy R. Sherman ’71
      PublicAffairs; September 2018

      100 Days, 100 Books: Courage and Community in Books for Young People?
      Elizabeth (Rusty) True Browder ’66
      Printed on Paige; January 2018

      Oppression and the Body: Roots, Resistance, and Resolutions
      Christine Caldwell?and Lucia Bennett Leighton ’12, eds.
      North Atlantic Books; March 2018

      Pop Art and Popular Music: Jukebox Modernism
      Melissa L. Mednicov ’02
      Routledge; June 2018

      Ray Johnson: Selective Inheritance
      Kate Dempsey Martineau ’04
      University of California Press; June 2018

      Remembering the Present: Mindfulness in Buddhist Asia
      J. L. Cassaniti (Julia Cassaniti '99)
      Cornell University Press; April 2018

      René d’Harnoncourt and the Art of Installation
      Michelle Elligott ’93
      The Museum of Modern Art; October 2018

      Save the Cat! Writes a Novel: The Last Book On Novel Writing You’ll Ever Need
      Jessica Brody ’01
      Ten Speed Press; October 2018

      Saving Sin City: William Travers Jerome, Stanford White, and the Original Crime of the Century
      Mary Cummings (Mary Johnson Cummings ’61)
      Pegasus Books; May 2018

      Sculpture in Gotham: Art and Urban Renewal in New York City
      Michele H. Bogart ’74
      Reaktion Books; July 2018

      A Smolny Album: Glimpses into Life at the Imperial Educational Society of Noble Maidens
      Nancy Kovaleff Baker ’69, ed.
      Academic Studies Press; December 2018

      Soul Dog: A Journey into the Spiritual Life of Animals
      Elena Mannes ’65
      Bear & Company; November 2018

      Tales from an Uncertain World: What Other Assorted Disasters Can Teach Us About Climate Change
      L. S. Gardiner (Lisa Gardiner ’95)
      University Of Iowa Press; March 2018

      Tango Lessons
      Meghan Flaherty ’05
      Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; June 2018

      You Can Have It!:?More Than 125 Decadent Diabetes-Friendly Recipes
      Devin Alexander?(Devin Simone Alexander?’93)
      American Diabetes Association; March 2018


      Poetry

      A Collection of Poetry
      Wan Kyun Rha Kim ’60; illustrated by Clemente Orozco Farias
      Impronta Casa Editora; 2018

      Compass Roads: Poems About the Pioneer Valley
      Jane Yolen ’60, ed.
      Levellers Press; 2018

      Eating Sardines at Midnight
      Linda Chivian Levitz ’60
      Daniel & Daniel Publishers; March 2018

      The Eyes Have It
      Anne Harding Woodworth ’65
      Turning Point; February 2018

      Fragments of You
      Hannah Rousselot ’14
      Kelsay Books; December 2018

      How It Happens
      Joyce E. Young ’75
      Nomadic Press; September 2018

      If Trash Could Talk: Poems, Stories, and Musings
      Jacquelyn A. Ottman ’77
      CreateSpace; May 2018

      Memory & Complicity: Poems
      Eve Hoffman (Eve Parker Hoffman ’64)
      Mercer University Press; May 2018


      Children/Young Adult

      Better You Than Me
      Jessica Brody ’01
      Delacorte Press; November 2018

      Dr. Coo and the Pigeon Protest
      Sarah Hampson ’79; illustrated by Kass Reich
      Kids Can Press; April 2018

      Finn’s Feather
      Rachel Noble; illustrated by Zoey Abbott Wagner ’96
      Enchanted Lion Books; May 2018

      The Forest Queen
      Betsy Cornwell ’10
      Clarion Books; August 2018

      The Geography of Lost Things
      Jessica Brody ’01
      Simon Pulse; October 2018

      Granny Can’t Remember Me: A Children’s Book About Alzheimer’s
      Susan McCormick (Susan Jacobs McCormick ’84); illustrated by Timur Deberdeev
      Carroll Press; September 2018

      It Should Have Been You
      Lynn Slaughter ’69
      Page Street Kids; January 2018

      Lifeboat 12
      Susan Hood ’76
      Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers; September 2018

      The Marvelous Mustard Seed
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78 and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso; illustrated by Margaux Meganck
      Flyaway Books; April 2018

      Shaking Things Up: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World
      Susan Hood ’76
      HarperCollins; January 2018

      Something Happened in Our Town: A Child’s Story About Racial Injustice
      Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins (Marietta Harvey Collins ’79, MSW ’83) and Ann Hazzard; illustrated by Jennifer Zivoin
      Magination Press; April 2018

      The Thank You Book
      Mary Lyn Ray ’68; illustrated by Stephanie Graegin
      Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers; September 2018

      The Turtle Ship
      Helena Ku Rhee; illustrated by Colleen Kong-Savage ’94
      Shen’s Books; June 2018

      2017

      Fiction

      The Battle for the Black Fen
      Annis Pratt (Annis Vilas Pratt ’58)
      Moon Willow Press

      Chasing Nirvana
      Ellyn Oaksmith ’85
      CreateSpace

      The Chosen: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood
      J. R. Ward (Jessica Bird ’91)
      Ballantine Books

      Court of Twilight
      Mareth Griffith ’06
      Parvus Press

      The Day of the Duchess (Scandal & Scoundrel, Book 3)
      Sarah MacLean (Sarah Trabucchi ’00)
      Avon Books

      Dead Storage: A Maggie McDonald Mystery
      Mary Feliz (Mary Cooper Feliz ’80)
      Lyrical Underground

      Devil’s Cut: A Bourbon Kings Novel
      J. R. Ward (Jessica Bird ’91)
      Ballantine Books

      Dropkick: A Lainie Lovett Mystery
      Judith Arnold (Barbara Keiler ’74)
      Clio Books

      Eden
      Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg ’87
      She Writes Press

      I Brake for Moose and Other Stories
      Geeta Kothari ’84
      Braddock Avenue Books

      Idyll Fears: A Thomas Lynch Novel
      Stephanie Gayle ’97
      Seventh Street Books

      Kickback: A Lainie Lovett Mystery
      Judith Arnold (Barbara Keiler ’74)
      Clio Books

      Less Than a Year
      Peggy Thomas (Margaret Standish Thomas ’64)
      Stablegate

      The Moral Quandary of Heels?
      Kathleen Helen Levey ’82
      Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing

      On Anzio Beach
      Elizabeth Alexander ’78
      Ravenna Press

      An Organized Panic
      Patty Friedmann ’68
      Old Stone Press

      The Right Kind of Rogue (Playful Brides, Book 8)
      Valerie Bowman ’96
      St. Martin’s Paperbacks

      Saints for All Occasions
      J. Courtney Sullivan ’03
      Knopf

      Scheduled to Death: A Maggie McDonald Mystery
      Mary Feliz (Mary Cooper Feliz ’80)
      Lyrical Underground

      Skating on the Vertical
      Jan English Leary ’72
      Fomite

      Still Kicking: A Lainie Lovett Mystery
      Judith Arnold (Barbara Keiler ’74)
      Clio Books

      To Lay to Rest Our Ghosts
      Caitlin Hamilton Summie ’90
      Fomite

      The Velveteen Daughter
      Laurel Davis Huber ’73
      She Writes Press

      Wild Nights: A Novel
      Ruth Wolff ’53
      Xlibris

      Will You Ever Change?
      Aurélie Valognes; translated from the French by Wendeline A. Hardenberg (Wendy Hardenberg ’05)
      AmazonCrossing


      Nonfiction

      Aging with Wisdom: Reflections, Stories and Teachings
      Olivia Ames Hoblitzelle ’59
      Monkfish Book Publishing

      The Art of the Sponge: A Handbook for Hosts and Houseguests
      Christina Griffin (Christina O’Dunne Griffin ’66)
      CreateSpace

      Authoritarian Legality: Law, Workers and the State in Contemporary China
      Mary Gallagher ’91
      Cambridge University Press

      Butterfly Politics
      Catharine A. MacKinnon ’69
      Belknap Press

      Creative Collaborations through Inclusive Theatre and Community Based Learning: Students in Transition
      Lisa A. Kramer ’90 and Judy Freedman Fask MEd ’81
      Palgrave Macmillan

      Dig Where You Are: How One Person’s Efforts Can Save a Life, Empower a Community and Create Meaningful Change in the World
      Nan Alexander Doyal ’85
      Casper Press

      Discovery
      Robert Hatfield Ellsworth; edited by Julia Meech ’63 and Jane Oliver
      Japanese Art Society of America

      Do You Feel as Old as You Are? Conversations with my Granddaughter
      Anne Simpson (Anne Dodge Simpson ’57)
      Huff Publishing Associates

      Drink: A Four Year Survival Guide
      Amanda Orr ’90
      MaGu Publishing

      Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise, Create Multiple Income Streams, and Thrive
      Dorie Clark ’97
      Harvard Business Review Press

      Feminist Views from Somewhere: Post-Jungian Themes in Feminist Theory
      Leslie Gardner (Leslie Gardner Pantucci ’70) and Frances Gray, eds.
      Routledge

      Finding Feminism: Millennial Activists and the Stalled Gender Revolution
      Alison Dahl Crossley ’02
      NYU Press

      Friendship Matters: Memoir, Life Lessons, Laughter
      Sanda Neshin Bernstein ’69 and Wendy Satin Rapaport
      CreateSpace

      A Generous Vision: The Creative Life of Elaine de Kooning
      Cathy Curtis (Cathy Schwartz Curtis ’72)
      Oxford University Press

      A History of Medicine in 50 Discoveries
      Marguerite Vigliani ’70 and Gale Eaton ’69
      Tilbury House Publishers

      Honor the Past: A History of the First Congregational Church of Greenwich, 1965–2015
      Pat Fulkerson Larrabee ’66
      Blurb

      How Places Make Us: Novel LBQ Identities in Four Small Cities
      Japonica Brown-Saracino ’99
      University of Chicago Press

      Immaculate Assumptions: All the Stuff You Heard About the Bible That Isn’t True
      Cornelia Scott Cree ’57
      BookBaby

      The Jewish Annotated New Testament: Second Edition
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78 and Marc Zvi Brettler, eds.
      Oxford University Press

      Julia Morgan’s Berkeley City Club: The Story of a Building
      Sarah Gill ’59
      Sarah Gill

      Libertarianism: Pro and Con
      George R. Ingham MSW ’89
      CreateSpace

      Nonfiction (continued)

      Life Among the Scorpions: Memoirs of a Woman in Indian Politics
      Jaya Jaitly (Jaya Chettur Jaitly ’63)
      Rupa

      The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the?Everyday Politics of Race
      Neda Maghbouleh ’04
      Stanford University Press

      Making the Mark: Gender, Identity, and Genital Cutting
      Miroslava Prazak ’79
      Ohio University Press

      Mediterranean Encounters: Artists Between Europe and the Ottoman Empire, 1774–1839
      Elisabeth A. Fraser ’84
      Penn State University Press

      Memories and Miracles: Stories and Reflections on Russians from an American Missionary
      Mary Theresa Webb (Terry Williams Webb ’54)
      CreateSpace

      Messages from God: An Illuminated Devotional
      Kathleen Schwab (Kathleen Feeley Schwab ’89); photography by Therese Kay ’91
      Vervanté

      Modern Jewish Baker: Challah, Babka, Bagels & More
      Shannon Sarna (Shannon Goldberg Sarna ’04)
      Countryman Press

      The Monastery and the Microscope: Conversations with the Dalai Lama on Mind, Mindfulness, and the Nature of Reality
      Wendy Hasenkamp, ed., with Janna R. White ’07
      Yale University Press

      Monologues and Duologues from the Plays of Ruth Wolff?
      Ruth Wolff ’53
      Xlibris

      Mysterious Builder of Seattle Landmarks: Searching for My Father
      Paula Pederson (Paula Holden Palmer ’55)
      VIE Communication

      Ottman & Company: One Daughter Remembers
      Jacquelyn A. Ottman ’77
      CreateSpace

      Our Emily Dickinsons: American Women Poets and the Intimacies of Difference
      Vivian R. Pollak (Vivian Rogosa Pollak ’59)
      University of Pennsylvania Press

      Portland Cooks: Recipes from the City’s Best Restaurants and Bars
      Danielle Centoni ’97
      Figure 1 Publishing

      Really Important Stuff My Cat Has Taught Me
      Cynthia L. Copeland ’82
      Workman

      Renoir: An Intimate Biography
      Barbara Ehrlich White ’58
      Thames & Hudson

      Rock & Roll at Any Age: A Rebellious Look at Life, Health & Spiritual Wisdom from the Sassy Sage
      Joan Lubar (Joan Lubar-Alvarez ’64)
      Love Your Life Publishing

      Sharing Books, Talking Science: Exploring Scientific Concepts with Children’s Literature
      Valerie Bang-Jensen (Valerie Fischer Bang-Jensen ’77) and Mark Lubkowitz
      Heinemann

      Sport of a Lifetime: Enduring Personal Stories From Tennis
      Judy Aydelott (Judy Agor Aydelott ’63)
      New Chapter Press

      Startups Demystified: Founders Share Strategies, Secrets, and Lessons Learned
      Barbara Hou ’03
      CoffeeCupPress

      The Stories of Science: Integrating Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening into Science Instruction, 6–12
      Janet MacNeil,?Mark Goldner and Melissa London ’91
      Heinemann

      Tamed and Untamed: Close Encounters of the Animal Kind
      Sy Montgomery and Elizabeth Marshall Thomas ’53; forward by Vicki Constantine Croke
      Chelsea Green Publishing

      Ten Dollars to Hate: The Texas Man Who Fought the Klan
      Patricia Bernstein (Patricia Hoffman Bernstein ’66)
      Texas A&M University Press

      Talking Pictures: How to Watch Movies
      Ann Hornaday ’82
      Basic Books

      The Ways Women Age: Using and Refusing Cosmetic Intervention
      Abigail T. Brooks ’93
      New York University Press

      Trigger Warnings: History, Theory, Context
      Emily J. M. Knox ’98, ed.
      Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

      Where to Find Peace & Quiet in London
      Elizabeth von Pier (Elizabeth Yanginski von Pier ’66)
      CreateSpace

      Word by Word: The Secret Life of Dictionaries
      Kory Stamper (Kory Behny Stamper ’96)
      Pantheon

      The World Is Your Oracle: Divinatory Practices for Tapping Your Inner Wisdom and Getting the Answers You Need
      Nancy Vedder-Shults ’69
      Fair Winds Press


      Poetry

      Air-breathing Life
      Abigail Warren (Abigail Warren Dolinger AC ’86)
      Finishing Line Press

      Before the Vote After
      Jane Yolen '60
      Levellers Press

      Bird Flying through the Banquet
      Judy Kronenfeld (Judy Zahler Kronenfeld ’64)
      FutureCycle Press

      Bottles and Bones
      Ayesha Chatterjee (Ayesha Bhattacharjee Chatterjee ’91)
      Bayeux Arts

      chasing dragonflies: I grow tired of waiting
      Yvonne Garrett ’85 and Mary Ellen Sanger
      CreateSpace

      Glory Bush and Green Banana
      Pamela Harrison (Pamela Harrison McCullough ’68)
      Turning Point Books

      In Praise of Flesh: New and Selected Poems
      Sally Anderson Kitt Chappell ’50
      CreateSpace

      Mansour: Speaking the Language of Life & Love
      Bonita LloydNettles ’75
      CreateSpace

      Ninety-Nine Names of the Beloved: Intimations of the Beauty and Power of the Divine
      Camille Hamilton Adams Helminski ’73
      Sweet Lady Press


      Children/Young Adult

      Daring to Dig: Adventures of Women in American Paleontology
      Beth Stricker; illustrated by Alana McGillis ’15
      Paleontological Research Institution

      Double Take! A New Look at Opposites
      Susan Hood (Susan Hood Kueffner ’76); illustrated by Jay Fleck
      Candlewick Studio

      Goodnight, Mr. Clutterbuck
      Mauri Kunnas; translated from the Finnish by Jill Timbers ’76
      Elsewhere Editions

      I Will Love You
      Alyssa Satin Capucilli; illustrated by Lisa Anchin ’04
      Cartwheel Books

      Sparrow
      Sarah Moon ’04
      Arthur A. Levine Books

      Twindergarten
      Nikki Ehrlich; illustrated by Zoey Abbott Wagner ’96
      HarperCollins

      Who Counts?: 100 Sheep, 10 Coins, and 2 Sons
      Amy-Jill Levine ’78 and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso; illustrated by Margaux Meganck
      Westminster John Knox Press


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