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RECENT BOOKS BY WELLESLEY AUTHORS

Lisa Reed Alther ’66 and Francoise Gilot—About Women: Conversations Between a Writer and a Painter, Doubleday

Rebecca Padnos Altamirano ’99 and Linda Darling-Hammond, Maria Hyler, and Nicky Ramos-Beran—Be the Change: Reinventing School for Student Success, Teachers College Press

Alice Barber ’93—Blue Butterfly Open: Moments from a Child Psychotherapy Practice, Readers Press

Mary Close Beaufrand ’88—The Rise and Fall of the Gallivanters, Harry N. Abrams

Cara Bergstrom-Lynch ’97—Lesbian, Gays, and Bisexuals Becoming Parents or Remaining Childfree: Confronting Social Inequalities, Lexington Press

Marion Brenner ’66, photographer—Outstanding American Gardens: A Celebration of 25 Years of the Garden Conservancy, Abrams

Samantha Chmelik ’93—Museum and Historic Site Management: A Case Study Approach, Rowman & Littlefield

Lindsey Clark ’99—Land of Dark and Sun, Amazon CreateSpace

Melanie Forde ’70—On the Hillawilla Road, Mountain Lake Press

Barbara Hauser ’67—Saudi-Girl Barbara: Memories of Saudi Arabia, Mesatop Press

Nancy Harmon Jenkins ’59—The Four Seasons of Pasta, Avery

Teresa Kay-Aba Kennedy ’88 and Janie Sykes Kennedy and Täo Porchon-Lynch—Dancing Light: The Spiritual Side of Being Through the Eyes of a Modern Yoga Master, Power Living Media

Roberta Latzer Keydel ’49—Songs of Huron Summers: A Book of Light Poetry, New Words Printing Associates

Kim Kovel ’75 and Terry Horvitz Kovel ’50—Kovels’ Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide 2016, Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers

Cynthia Yenkin Levinson ’67—Hillary Rodham Clinton: Do All the Good You Can, HarperCollins

Meredith Malburne-Wade ’99—Revision as Resistance in 21st Century American Literature, Palgrave

Judith Perlman Martin ’59—Miss Manners: On Unabashed Aging, Andrews McMeel Publishing

Susan McCarty ’99—Anatomies, Aforementioned Productions

Jerusha Hull McCormack ’64 and John Blair—Thinking Through China, Rowman & Littlefield

Margaret Locke Newhouse ’63—Legacies of the Heart: Living a Life that Matters, EBook Bakery

Alicia Peters ’98—Responding to Human Trafficking: Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Law, University of Pennsylvania Press

Dana Robbins ’78—The Left Side of My Life, Moon Pie Press

Judith Saryan ’75, editor—The Gardens of Silihdar: A Memoir by Zabel Yessayan, Armenian International Women’s Association

Elisabeth Stevens Schleussner ’51—American Nocturne, Goss Press

Rose Burgunder Styron ’50—Fierce Day, FriesenPress

Elly Truitt ’97—Medieval Robots: Mechanism, Magic, Nature, and Art, University of Pennsylvania Press

Sue Wang ’88—Messages from the Black Recliner: A Memoir of Healing Body and Spirit, Royal Arch Press

Corinne Gordon Whitaker ’56—Alone, Mixbook

Cynthia Yenkin Levinson ’67—Hillary Rodham Clinton: Do All the Good You Can, HarperCollins

Meredith Malburne-Wade ’99—Revision as Resistance in 21st Century American Literature, Palgrave

Judith Perlman Martin ’59—Miss Manners: On Unabashed Aging, Andrews McMeel Publishing

Susan McCarty ’99—Anatomies, Aforementioned Productions

Jerusha Hull McCormack ’64 and John Blair—Thinking Through China, Rowman & Littlefield

Margaret Locke Newhouse ’63—Legacies of the Heart: Living a Life that Matters, EBook Bakery

Alicia Peters ’98—Responding to Human Trafficking: Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Law, University of Pennsylvania Press

Dana Robbins ’78—The Left Side of My Life, Moon Pie Press

Judith Saryan ’75, editor—The Gardens of Silihdar: A Memoir by Zabel Yessayan, Armenian International Women’s Association

Elisabeth Stevens Schleussner ’51—American Nocturne, Goss Press

Rose Burgunder Styron ’50—Fierce Day, FriesenPress

Elly Truitt ’97—Medieval Robots: Mechanism, Magic, Nature, and Art, University of Pennsylvania Press

Sue Wang ’88—Messages from the Black Recliner: A Memoir of Healing Body and Spirit, Royal Arch Press

Corinne Gordon Whitaker ’56—Alone, Mixbook

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