An illustration on the cover of Can You Hear A Coo Coo? shows two birds facing each other, each saying "Coo."

Sarah Bidgood ’09 and William Potter—Once and Future Partners: The United States, Russia, and Nuclear Non-Proliferation, IISS Adelphi

Gurminder Kaur Bhogal, faculty—Claude Debussy’s Clair de Lune, Oxford University Press

Alexia Bloch ’89Sex, Love, and Migration: Postsocialism, Modernity, and Intimacy from Istanbul to the Arctic, Cornell University Press

Anissa Bouziane ’87Dune Song, Sandstone Press

Heather Corbally Bryant, faculty—You Can’t Wrap Fire in Paper, The Ardent Writers Press

Sheila Connolly ’72Murder in the Mansion, Minotaur

Evelyn Elgin ’75The Allmoods Cookbook: Humor & Food for Every Mood, Allmoods Enterprises

Lauren Friedman ’0950 Ways to Wear Accessories, Chronicle Books

Renée Scarpitto Henning ’69Mystery and the Adopted Child, CreateSpace

Jamie Kiffel-Alcheh ’98Can You Hear a Coo, Coo? Kar-Ben Publishing

Bonnie Downes Leonard ’59Midlife Magic: The 7 Day Self-Care Plan to Boost Your Energy and Make You Smile, Stillwater River Publications

Julie Catterson Lindahl ’88The Pendulum: A Granddaughter’s Search for Her Family’s Forbidden Nazi Past, Rowman & Littlefield

Susan Elia MacNeal ’91The Prisoner in the Castle, Bantam

Laura Munder ’71Impulse to Murder, Black Opal Books

Claudia Newcorn ’81Zipline to Success, Acorn Oaks Press

Emily Wishneusky Petermann ’99The Musical Novel: Imitation of Musical Structure, Performance, and Reception in Contemporary Fiction, Boydell & Brewer

Stacie Raucci ’97, co-editor—Epic Heroes on Screen, Edinburgh University Press

Donna Grant Reilly ’57Learning the Hard Way: A Caregiver’s Struggle with Alzheimer’s, Meadowside Press

Jacquelyn Sholes ’00Allusion as Narrative Premise in Brahms’s Instrumental Music, Indiana University Press

Enid Steine Shomer ’65, editor—All We Know of Pleasure: Poetic Erotica by Women, Carolina Wren Press

Holly Smith ’66Making Morality Work, Oxford University Press

Patricia Jungreis Sulser ’79Infrastructure PPPs in the Most Challenging Developing Countries: Closing the Gap, International Financial Law Review

Jane Timmons-Mitchell ’77, co-editor—Suicide Prevention:
A Practical Guide for the Practitioner,

Michelle Walsh ’85Violent Trauma, Culture, and Power:
An Interdisciplinary Exploration in Lived Religion,
Palgrave Macmillan

Corinne Gordon Whitaker ’56Once Upon a Didgeridoo, CreateSpace

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