The FreshInk list is illustrated with an image of the cover of "Tranquility Grove" by Martha Reardon Bewick, which displays an antique painting of the Great Abolitionist Picnic of 1844.

Connie Whitman Baher ’63—The Case of the Kickass Retirement: How to Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life, U.S. Business Communications

Martha Reardon Bewick ’62—Tranquility Grove: The Great Abolitionist Picnic of 1844, America Through Time

Nandita Dinesh ’06—Immersive Theater and Activism: Scripts and Strategies for Directors and Playwrights, McFarland

Susan Levine Dworkin ’62—The Garden Lady, Divided Lights Projects

Mariane Ferme ’81—Out of War: Violence, Trauma, and the Political Imagination in Sierra Leone, University of California Press

Melanie Forde ’70—Decanted Truths; An Irish-American Novel, Mountain Lake Press and Reinventing Hillawilla, Mountain Lake Press

Helen Currie Foster ’67—Ghost Next Door: A Mystery, Stuart’s Creek Press

Paula Fredriksen ’73—When Christians Were Jews: The First Generation, Yale University Press

Alex Kirschbaum ’07—The Magician’s Ball, Amazon Digital Resources

Terry Horvitz Kovel ’50 and Kim Kovel ’75—Kovels’ Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide 2019, Black Dog & Leventhal

Elizabeth Heilman Brooke Murray ’81—Contemporary Classical Architecture: John B. Murray, The Monacelli Press

Nichole Phillips ’93—Patriotism Black and White: The Color of American Exceptionalism, Baylor University Press

Valerie Anthonakes Roman ’78—Hat Trick: The Essential Playbook for Family, Career, and Personal Balance, Woodley Books

Isabel Van Devanter Sawhill ’59—The Forgotten Americans: An Economic Agenda for a Divided Nation, Yale University Press

Judith Rieger Searle ’58—Wives, Lovers, Ignudo Press

Holly Goldberg Sloan ’80 and Meg Wolitzer—To Night Owl From Dogfish, Random House

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