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Nancy Agabian ’90The Fear of Large and Small Nations (fiction), Nauset Press

Michelle Jungmin Bang ’98Sun and Ssukgat: The Lost Art of Korean Self-Care (nonfiction), Little, Brown

Vanessa Kroll Bennett ’98 and Cara Natterson—This Is So Awkward: Modern Puberty Explained (nonfiction), Rodale Books

Diane Clarke Boykin ’90 with Leah Matthews et al.—The Game Plan: A Woman’s Guide to Becoming a Doctor and Living a Life in Medicine (nonfiction), ADJLS, LLC

Ruth Tanner Carleton ’51Adventures of Penny and Molly (children’s book), independently published

Linda Trowbridge Carleton ’69All God, If God There Be: A Journey through Incest into Incarnate Light (memoir), Palmetto Publishing

Miranda Casiano ’08Healthy Eating 101: A Busy Woman’s Guide to Optimizing Macronutrient Nutrition (nonfiction), independently published

Karina Corrigan ’93 and Stephanie Hung, editors—Power and Perspective: Early Photography in China (nonfiction), Peabody Essex Museum

Christine Dare-Bryan Haughney ’95, producer—Computer Freaks (podcast), Inc.

Judy Foreman ’66Let the More Loving One Be Me: My Journey from Trauma to Freedom (memoir), She Writes Press

Danelle Utley Forrest ’85 and Gregory Copploe—I Am Pink (fiction), Bel Air Publishing

Helen Currie Foster ’67Ghosted: Alice MacDonald Greer Mystery Series, Book 8 (fiction), Stuart’s Creek Press

Nancy Barclay Graves ’48I Remember (memoir), independently published

Merilee Serrill Grindle ’67In the Shadow of Quetzalcoatl: Zelia Nuttall and the Search for Mexico’s Ancient Civilizations (nonfiction), Harvard University Press

Christina Holbrook ’83All the Flowers of the Mountain and Table for One (fiction), Sunroom Studios

Sherry Kramer ’75Writing for Stage and Screen: Creating a Perception Shift in the Audience (nonfiction), Bloomsbury/Methuen

Jane Austin Kyte ’61Chasing Great Grandfather: John Henry Austin 1835–1913, Teacher, Soldier, Farmer (nonfiction), Barnes & Noble Press

Toy Lei ’88Moon (short film), Wanderlust Films

Vivien Goodman Malloy ’54My Life as a Longshot: From Cuba to Rye (memoir), Small Batch Books

Allison McKenzie ’91The Unexpected Hostage (fiction), The Wild Rose Press

Mona Minkara ’09Planes, Trains, and Canes, Season Two (television show), YouTube

Mary Elizabeth Smith Podles ’72A Thousand Words: Reflections on Art and Christianity (nonfiction), Touchstone Books

Ashley Reichheld ’01 and Amelia Dunlop—The Four Factors of Trust: How Organizations Can Earn Lifelong Loyalty (nonfiction), Wiley

Judythe Walden Roberts ’62Searching for Home: An Immigrant’s Journey from Ukraine to the USA (historical fiction), Austin Macauley Publishers

Laura Venecia Rodriguez ’77Gentle Yoga After 50: Get Fit, Flexible, & Feel Fantastic! (nonfiction), Intuitive Advising and Writing LLC

Sofia Romero ’94We Have Always Been Who We Are (short stories), Blackstone

Caroline Rose ’11The Art of Forgetting (album), New West

Rebecca Saltzer ’84Murder Over Broken Bonds: A Wall Street Mystery (fiction), Level Best Books

Juliette Sander ’19Business Emails Demystified (nonfiction), Grosvenor House Publishing

Bina Shah ’93The Monsoon War (fiction), Delphinium Books

Elizabeth Son ’00Embodied Reckonings: “Comfort Women,” Performance, and Transpacific Redress (nonfiction), University of Michigan Press

Ann Bennett Spence (Bian An) ’72Come from Nowhere: A Memoir in Two Halves (memoir), Luminare Press

Sandra Sugawara ’75 and Catiana Garcia-Kilroy—Show Me the Way to Go to Home (photography), Radius Books

Elizabeth Hendry Vercoe ’62Butterfly Effects and Other Works (album), Navona Records

Eugenia Ware ’74That Blankie (children’s book), Genie Ware Books

Amy Yee ’96Far from the Rooftop of the World: Travels among Tibetan Refugees on Four Continents (nonfiction), The University of North Carolina Press

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