The cover of By the Book is an illustration depicting a young Black couple exchanging pages of a manuscript.

Dorothy Bass ’70Stepmother: Redeeming a Disdained Vocation, Broadleaf Books

Barbara Clark Boches ’77Which Will Change the Other More? Finishing Line Press

Suzanne Henry Brody ’98Unearthed, Silver Bow Publishing

Davi-Ellen Rosensweig Chabner ’64The Language of Medicine, 12th Edition, Saunders

Hanna Woo Chung ’06Are There Nuts in That? Haylo Books

Martha Noel Evans ’80, translator—Lieutenant Sonia Vagliano: A Memoir of the World War II Refugee Crisis by Sonia Vagliano Eloy, University Press of Kentucky

Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi ’64Figuring Jerusalem: Politics and Poetics in the Sacred Center, University of Chicago Press

Jasmine Guillory ’97By the Book, Hyperion

Sharona Hoffman ’85Aging with a Plan: How a Little Thought Today Can Vastly Improve Your Tomorrow, Second Edition, First Hill Books

Maria Jerinic-Pravica ’89, co-editor with Erik Pihel—Finding Light in Unexpected Places Volume 2: COVID-19 Edition, Palamedes Publishing

Michele Kriegman ’65From a Desert City by the Sea, Reunion Land Press

Marjorie Lehman ’85Bringing Down the Temple House: Engendering Tractate Yoma, Brandeis University Press

Laurice Nemetz ’91The Myofascial System in Form and Movement, Handspring Publishing

Sarah Nwafor ’20Already Knew You Were Coming, Game Over Books

Deepa Purushothaman ’96The First, the Few, the Only: How Women of Color Can Redefine Power in Corporate America, Harper Business

Jima Rice ’66 Creating the Future for Sun Valley: Heritage, Charm, and a Diverse Economy, Jima Rice

Martha Ronk ’62A Myth of Ariadne, Parlor Press

Diane Hawk Schmalensee ’68 and Tom Raffio—Prepare for Crisis—Plan to Thrive: The Inside Story of How One Company Did It Right, Northeast Delta Dental

Jennifer Lynne Williams ’99Origin, Shearsman Books

Audrey Wozniak ’14Producing and Transgressing the Family: Intimate Technologies, State Surveillance, and China’s Uyghurs, Urban People

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