Claudia Fontaine Chidester ’78Trusted Eye: Post-World War II Adventures of a Fearless Art Advocate, Fontaine Archive

Julie Herrick Cicora ’79Contemplative Knitting, Morehouse Publishing

Marcia McClintock Folsom ’62, editor—Approaches to Teaching Austen’s Persuasion, Modern Language Association of America

Jasmine Guillory ’97While We Were Dating and Party of Two, Penguin

Mary Foster Hutchinson ’45How the Faith Came to Texas, Independently published

Cynthia Johnson ’72, writing as Evelyn Richardson—Mistress of Fashion: Juliette’s Story, Epicenter Press

Abby Bogin Kenigsberg ’60Shenanigans: A Memoir, iUniverse

Julie Ju-Youn Kim ’89, editor—Dialogues in Design Thinking: Reconsidering the Interdisciplinary Design Studio Experiment in the School of Architecture at Georgia Tech, School of Architecture, Georgia Tech

Betsy Lee Loughran ’61Letters from the Attic: A Family Memoir, Collective Copies Coop

Christine Schon Marques ’80Summer-Go-Round, Opus Self-Publishing

Cathy Ballou Mealey ’88Sloth and Squirrel in a Pickle, Kids Can Press

Rebecca Raquet Morrison ’97The Happiness Recipe: A Powerful Guide to Living What Matters, Untangle Happiness

Donna Grant Reilly ’57Defined by a Disease: How We Think About Alzheimer’s, Independently published

Sara Sepkowitz Rosinsky ’90Unflubbify Your Writing: Bite-Sized Lessons to Improve Your Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar, Shiny Red Copy

Maria San Filippo ’98Provocauteurs and Provocations: Screening Sex in 21st Century Media, Indiana University Press

Nina Budde Scott ’59, translator—Baptism Through Incision: The Postmortem Cesarean Operation in the Spanish Empire, Penn State University Press

Victoria Shorr ’71The Plum Trees, W.W. Norton

Cassandra Campbell Stanley ’09The Essential Luxury of You: Visual Reminders to Dismantle Self-Doubt and Learn to Celebrate You, Dog Ear Publishing

Peggy Wang ’01The Future History of Contemporary Chinese Art, University of Minnesota Press

Pamela Robertson Wojcik ’86Gidget: Origins of a Teen Girl Transmedia Franchise, Routledge

Ann Wood ’54 and Diana Coke—Friendship: Two Women, Two Countries, Four Decades, Independently published

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