Dancing Naked with the Devil by Bernard Mendillo '70, '73 AM (CreateSpace).
The Life and Times of Schrödinger's Cat: A Quantum Tale of Love and Entanglement by Suzanne Nichols '83 (ManyWorlds).
The Truth About Lou: A Novel After Salomé by Angela von der Lippe '79 PhD (Counterpoint).
Horses Like Lightning by Sienna Craig '95 (Wisdom).
No Place of Rest: Jewish Literature, Expulsion and the Memory of Medieval France by Susan L. Einbinder '76 (Pennsylvania).
Heretical Hellenism: Women Writers, Ancient Greece, and the Victorian Popular Imagination by Shanyn Fiske '97 (Ohio).
How to Use Herbs, Nutrients and Yoga in Mental Health Care by Richard Brown, Patricia Gerbarg '71, and Philip Muskin (W.W. Norton).
Horses at Work: Harnessing Power in Industrial America by Ann Norton Greene '74 (Harvard). The Heller Case: Gun Rights Affirmed by David Kopel '82 (Bloomfield).
Blue-Green Coalitions: Fighting for Safe Workplaces and Healthy Communities by Brian Mayer '06 PhD (Cornell).
Tales for Little Rebels: A Collection of Radical Children's Literature, edited by Julia Mickenberg '90 and Philip Nel (New York).
Passive Aggressive Notes: Painfully Polite and Hilariously Hostile Writings by Kerry Miller '04 (HarperCollins).
A Literary History of Five Generations of African American Writing by R. Baxter Miller '72 AM, '74 PhD. (Mellen).
Creating a Nation of Joiners: Democracy and Civil Society in Early National Massachusetts by Johann N. Neem '96 (Harvard).
Plumes: Ostrich Feathers, Jews, and a Lost World of Global Commerce by Sarah Abrevaya Stein '93 (Yale).
Taking Back God: American Women Rising up for Religious Equality by Leora Tanenbaum '91 (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux).
Picturing American Modernity: Traffic, Technology, and the Silent Cinema by Kristen Whissel '99 PhD. (Duke).
Hearing Your Story by Nabile Farés, translated by Peter Thompson (UNO).
My African Horse Problem by William F.S. Miles with Samuel Benjamin Miles (Massachusetts).
The Hip Hop Wars: What We Talk About When We Talk About Hip Hop—and Why it Matters by Tricia Rose (Basic Civitas).
As a Friend by Forrest Gander (New Directions).