Narges Bajoghli ’04—Iran Reframed: Anxieties of Power in the Islamic Republic, Stanford University Press

Patrice Caldwell ’15, editor—A Phoenix First Must Burn, Viking Books for Young Readers

Claire Richmond Dunphy ’57—Becoming Earthwoman: Thank You Notes from a Grateful Guest, Biblio Books

Suzanne Roquemore Ennis ’79—Serious Fun Ballet, Standalone Press

Nina Freedlander Gibans ’54—In the Garden of Old Age, Atbosh Media

Miriam Greenbaum ’75—Auschwitz. Not Long Ago. Not Far Away. Abbeville Press

Eugenia Warren Herbert ’51—Serendib: Scenes from Colonial Ceylon, Off the Common

Mary Beth McEvoy Manjikian ’86—Introduction to Cyber Politics and Policy, CQ Press

Stephen Marini, faculty—The Cashaway Psalmody: Transatlantic Religion and Music in Colonial Carolina, University of Illinois Press

Sarah Milledge Nelson ’53—Ancient China’s Tiger Queen, RKLOGY Press

Jennifer Phillips ’73—Sitting Safe in the Theatre of Electricity, Blurb

Sejal Shah ’94—This Is One Way to Dance, University of Georgia Press

Enid Steine Shomer ’65—Shoreless, Persea Books

Charlotte Bacon Ripley Sorenson ’61—Charlotte’s Way: A Woman’s Path Through Changing Times, Pilgrim Press

Tiffany Tsao ’04—The Majesties: A Novel, Atria

Kathleen Broome Williams ’66—Painting War: George Plante’s Combat Art in WWII, Naval Institute Press

Christina Willis Willis-Ott ’06—Sustainable Networking for Scientists and Engineers, SPIE

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