Fresh Ink

Fresh Ink

Recent books by Wellesley authors:


Marjorie Agosín, faculty—I Lived on Butterfly Hill, Atheneum Books for Young Readers

Katherine Boyer (Katherine Thorp Boyer ’73)—Mending the Net: A Guide to Healing Self & Family, Blue Jay Press

Paul A. Cohen, faculty—History and Popular Memory: The Power of Story in Moments of Crisis, Columbia University Press

M.C. Dye (Mary C. Dye ’55)—Assumptions Can Mislead: Failures in Health Care and Elsewhere, Trafford Publishing

Melanie Forde ’70Hillawilla: A Novel, Mountain Lake Press

Sondra Wieland Howe ’60Women Music Educators in the United States: A History, Scarecrow Press

Kathleen T. Isaacs (Kathleen Taylor Isaacs ’62)—Bugs, Bogs, Bats, and Books: Sharing Nature with Children through Reading, Huron Street Press

William A. Joseph, faculty—Politics in China: An Introduction (Second Edition), Oxford University Press

Jung-Sook Camilla Lee (Jinni Lee ’80)—Fire & Ice: My Wall Street Journey, Outskirts Press

Tayo Oredein (Tyree Oredein ’98)—His Ph.D. Is in Hypocrisy: and Other Poems About My Crappy Ex-Boyfriend, Gynarchy

Chloe Wigston Smith ’98Women, Work, and Clothes in the Eighteenth-Century Novel, Cambridge University Press

Shelley Sweet ’67The BPI Blueprint: A Step-By-Step Guide to Make Your Business Process Improvement Projects Simple, Structured, and Successful, Cody-Cassidy Press

Angela Tarango ’01Choosing the Jesus Way: American Indian Pentecostals and the Fight for the Indigenous Principle, The University of North Carolina Press

Susan Wagg ’60The Architecture of Andrew Thomas Taylor: Montreal’s Square Mile and Beyond, McGill-Queen’s University Press

Nancy A. Wanderer ’69 and Angela C. Arey—Off and Running: A Practical Guide to Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing, Aspen Publishers

Jennifer L. Williams (Jennifer Brailey Williams ’99)—Locust and Marlin, Shearsman Books

Mika Yoshitake (JiaJing Liu ’05), translator—Takashi Murakami: Flowers & Skulls, Gagosian Gallery Hong Kong

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