New Works

The cover of Bells of Old Tokyo by Anna Sherman '92 consists of type superimposed over a map of Tokyo
A quick visit to Tokyo leaves an impression of speed, density, and efficiency. But years of wandering down its endless streets complicate this vision, offering a more heterogeneous version of place.More
The cover of Dune Song by Anissa Bouziane depicts the closed door of a Moroccan house.
Dune Song , the debut novel by Anissa Bouziane ’87, shares the spiritual and physical journey of Jeehan Nathaar, a Moroccan-American Muslim woman who seeks healing and affirmation after witnessing the 9/11 attacks.More
The cover of Apple/Tree : Writers on their Parents consists of black and white type against a red background.

Comfort Food

In “The Feeding Gene,” an essay by Karen Grigsby Bates ’73 in the collection Apple, Tree describes her memories of her family’s powerful need to feed others, including strangers.More
Recent publications by Wellesley authorsMore