Fresh Ink

By The Editors / September / October 2003
June 22nd, 2007

Alumni Fiction

Psychopath by Keith Ablow ’83 (St. Martin’s).

Super Flat Times by Matthew Derby ’99 M.F.A. (Little Brown).

Other Fish in the Sea by Lisa Kusel ’88 A.M. (Hyperion).

Alumni Nonfiction

War and Intervention: Issues for Contemporary Peace Operations by Michael Bhatia ’99 (Kumarian).

Matters of Gravity: Special Effects and Supermen in the Twentieth Century by Scott Bukatman ’78 (Duke).

Apostles and Agitators: Italy’s Marxist Revolutionary Tradition by Richard Drake ’65 A.M. (Harvard).

The Last Revolutionaries: German Communists and Their Century by Catherine Epstein ’85 (Harvard).

The Historical Austen by William Galperin ’78 Ph.D. (Pennsylvania).

Manic Impression by Keith Hemmerling ’77 (Xlibris).

Protest and the Politics of Blame: The Russian Response to Unpaid Wages by Debra Javeline ’89 (Michigan).

Stealing Time: Steve Case, Jerry Levin, and the Collapse of AOL Time Warner by Alec Klein ’90 (Simon & Schuster).

What Is Gnosticism? by Karen L. King ’84 Ph.D. (Harvard).

Straddling Borders: Literature and Identity in Subcarpathian Rus’ by Elaine Rusinko ’76 Ph.D. (Toronto).

Everyday Math for Everyday Life: A Handbook for When Things Just Don’t Add Up by Mark Ryan ’79 (Warner).

Wide Awake: A Buddhist Guide for Teens by Diana Winston ’88 (Penguin).

Corruption and Reform in the Teamsters Union by David Witwer ’94 Ph.D. (Illinois).

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