Nancy Agabian ’90The Fear of Large and Small Nations, Nauset Press

Talia Aikens-Nuñez ’01Men of the 65th: The Borinqueneers of the Korean War, Lerner

Caroline Giles Banks ’65Pressing Matters: Haiku, Senryu, and Haibun Poems, Wellington-Giles Press

Lucienne Schupf Bloch ’59Whistling in the Dark: Personal Essays,Bold Story Press

Pashtana Durrani, fellow, Wellesley Centers for Women, and Tamara Bralo—Last to Eat, Last to Learn: My Life in Afghanistan Fighting to Educate Women, Citadel Press

Jane Wolf Frances ’68Parenting Our Parents: Transforming the Challenge into a Journey of Love, Rowman & Littlefield

Octavio González, faculty—Misfit Modernism: Queer Forms of Double Exile in the Twentieth-Century Novel, Penn State University Press

Michael Jeffries, faculty—Black and Queer on Campus, NYU Press

Marie Jhin ’88K-Beauty Secrets: Accessible Beauty for Every Woman, BookBaby

Barbara Pendleton Jones ’68Tula Pendleton: The Life and Work of a Forgotten Southern Writer, Butler Books

Abby Bogin Kenigsberg ’60Cold Cuts on Wry, BookBaby

Rachael Labes ’20 writing as Rachael Harriet—Love Marks, KDP

Cathy Ballou Mealey ’88Make More S’mores, Sleeping Bear Press

Susan Lynn Meyer, faculty—A Sky Full of Song, Union Square Kids

Amy Monaghan ’92Sofia Coppola: Interviews, University Press of Mississippi

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