The cover of SHIPPED by Angie Hockman is an illustration showing a woman in a sun hat reclining in an inner tube and being pulled through blue water shaded by palm trees.

Angie Hockman ’05

Gallery Books
336 pages, $16.00

Katherine Bergren ’04The Global Wordsworth: Romanticism Out of Place, Bucknell University Press

Paula Bernstein ’90Love Is All Around and Other Lessons We’ve Learned from The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Running Press

Lorelei Brush ’68Chasing the American Dream: A Novel, Mascot Books

Lisa Chau ’97Small Talk Techniques: Smart Strategies for Personal and Professional SuccessRockridge Press

Anne Fernald ’88, editor—Mrs. Dalloway, Norton Critical Edition, W.W. Norton & Company

Selina Cruz-Charrez Gallo-Cruz CE/DS ’06Political Invisibility and Mobilization: Women Against State Violence in Argentina, Yugoslavia, and Liberia, Routledge

Darien Hsu Gee ’91Allegiance, Legacy Isle Publishing

Abigail Harrison ’19Dream Big!: How to Reach for Your Stars, Philomel Books

Margaret Hathaway ’98 and Karl Schatz—Maine Bicentennial Community Cookbook: 200 Recipes Celebrating Maine’s Culinary Past, Present, and Future, Islandport Press

Alma Heckman ’09The Sultan’s Communists: Moroccan Jews and the Politics of Belonging, Stanford University Press

Angie Hockman (Angela Phillips Thomas ’05)—Shipped, Gallery Books

Maria Kefalas ’89Harnessing Grief: A Mother’s Quest for Meaning and Miracles, Beacon Press

Kim Kovel ’75 and Terry Horvitz Kovel ’50Kovels’ Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide, 2021 Edition, Black Dog & Leventhal

Kwan Kew Lai ’74Into Africa, Out of Academia: A Doctor’s Memoir, McFarland

Susan Elia MacNeal ’91The King’s Justice: A Maggie Hope Mystery, Bantam

Lorraine O’Grady ’55Writing in Space, 1973–2019, Duke University Press Book

Martha Teichner ’69When Harry Met Minnie: A True Story of Love and Friendship, Celadon Books

Melissa Weiksnar ’77Loving Aunt Amy, Amelibro Press

Catharine Wells ’68Oliver Wendell Holmes: A Willing Servant of an Unknown God, Cambridge University Press

Gigi Yellen Yellen-Kohn ’71—with Josh Gortler, Among the Remnants: Josh Gortler’s Journey, Coffeetown Press

Correction: In Fresh Ink in the fall 2020 magazine, we misattributed the author of How to Remodel a Life. It is by Hope Costin Andersen ’77. We regret the error.

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