Shelf Life

A Forthright Look at the Foremothers of Woman Suffrage
By the end of the book, readers will have a deeper, richer understanding of the long struggle to win the right to vote and the three generations of women—and occasionally men—who made this struggle their priority.More
Black Girlhood Takes Flight
Though this anthology’s 16 stories feature unreal beings, technologies, and powers, they’re grounded in the real historical and contemporary strength of Black people, resulting in Black girl magic that is wholly believable even as it is otherworldly.More
Anne Devereux-Mills ’84

Parlaying Conversation into Connection

In 2008, Anne Devereux-Mills ’84, an advertising agency CEO, lost her job to the recession, her youngest child to college, and (temporarily) her health to cancer. The experiences set her on a new path. Ultimately,…More
Companions for the Journey
A few weeks after the country locked down this spring, we wondered what books Wellesley alums were turning to, whether for solace or escape from the present reality. So we posted a query in two…More
Cover of Party of Two by Jasmine Guillory '97
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