New Works

The cover of Half Light: Collected Poems 1965-2016 depicts a classical statue of Perseus holding aloft head of slain Medusa.
Frank Bidart, Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities and professor of English at Wellesley, has published Half-Light: Collected Poems 1965–2016. The 700-plus page opus has been described by Publishers Weekly as “an almost overwhelming bounty, a permanent book.”More
The type-only cover of this memoir reads: What Happened; Hillary Rodham Clinton.
In What Happened, her memoir of the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Rodham Clinton ’69 wants to set the record straight. And recent headlines are focusing new attention on her version of events.More
The cover of Malinda Lo's novel. A Line in the Dark, shows a photograph of a hand with dark ink dripping off the fingers.
Malinda Lo ’96 highlights queer women, particularly queer women of color, in her work for young adult readers. Kirkus Reviews named A Line in the Dark, her sixth novel. one of the best teen mysteries and thrillers of 2017.More
The cover of Katherine Hall Page's The Body in the Casket depicts an imposing, mysterious mansion beyond an open, ornate metal gate.
Recent publications by Wellesley authors.More