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A CAUSE FOR ALARM: Mental Illness and Public Policy Joseph W. Vanable, Jr. ’58. Access to mental illness treatment is seriously inadequate. This book examines reasons for and costs of this problem, hopefully stimulating effective action to remediate it.; Amazon.

BEN MILLARD, FATHER OF THE BADLANDS, A Grandson’s View George Millard ’52. Ben’s vision demanded a road providing incredible views. His accomplishments became a template for the preservation of National Parks. Available Amazon, Kindle, and The Badlands National Park.

DEMOCRATIC THEORY NATURALIZED: The Foundations of Distilled Populism Walter Horn Ph.D. ’78. "A brave, serious, scholarly yet approachable treatise on populism, both in theory and in practice.... A timely book." --Jules Coleman, Professor Emeritus, NYU., Amazon.

DON'T STAY IN YOUR LANE: The Career Change Guide for Women of Color Cynthia Pong ’04. Part memoir, part workbook, this transformative book is a comprehensive, step-by-step instruction manual that walks you through your career change.;

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL Beach Condo 2Br/2Ba available for 4-12 month rental. Quiet, small complex with expansive private beach setting. For more details email

HARRISON'S WORD Peter Thompson PhD ’75. Boarding school drama. A racy and funny tale of infatuation and a young teacher’s struggles at a boarding school. Harrowing visions, biting style. Sequel to the acclaimed Winter Light.; Amazon.

HOW TO TEACH NATURE JOURNALING Emilie Lygren '10, co-author. A comprehensive guide to using the transformative practice of nature journaling to engage young people in nature connection, critical thinking, science education, and mindfulness. Heyday Books.

IT HAPPENED HERE My first novel is an oral history of an American family from 2020 to 2035. They are looking back on the fifteen years we are facing. Available from Amazon, B&N, and wherever books are sold.

LAST CHANCESCollected Stories Judith Corbett Bartow '57. Is there still time? These10 evocative stories depict struggles to reclaim dreams deferred. Available at most book stores or online at Apple iTunes, Google Play, Barnes & Noble, Amazon.

MOOD PREP 101: A Parent's Guide to Preventing Depression and Anxiety in Teens Carol Landau ’70. In this timely book, Professor Landau helps parents address vulnerabilities to psychological problems and gives practical advice on helping teens prepare for college—and life. OxfordAmazon.

PERSONAL STATEMENT Tutor for College Applications. From framing your narrative to proofreading the final draft, I help you put your best foot forward. I hold a BA from Brown and a PhD from the University of Chicago. Over 15 years teaching in higher education. Reasonable rates and quick turnaround time. Inquire for details.

RIVERS OF POWER Laurence C. Smith. Rivers, more than roads, technology, or political leaders have shaped the course of humanity. Professor Smith explores the timeless yet vastly underappreciated relationship between rivers and civilization. Beautifully told, expansive in scope. Amazon, B&N.

SYNERGISTIC SELECTIONHow Cooperation Has Shaped Evolution and the Rise of Humankind Peter Corning ’56. Hailed as “a solution to the central problem” of explaining biological complexity, one prominent biologist writes: “I am full of admiration and strongly recommend it.”

THE PEACE CORPS: A Family’s Response to JFK’s Call George Millard ’52. With his wife and three boys, a family begins their journey of service in Peru and Uruguay amid internal and external revolutions. Amazon and Kindle.

THE SAVVY ALLY: A Guide for Becoming a Skilled LGBTQ+ Advocate Jeannie Gainsburg ‘85. An encouraging, accessible, and engaging guidebook loaded with innovative and useful tools to help allies create LGBTQ+ inclusive spaces and advocate for change., Amazon.

TUCSON. Hike and bike in sunny Arizona. Heated spa, birdwatching and more.

UNASSISTED Erin J. Stammer ’90. The Great Recession, a second marriage, merging families, menopause, and managing a chaotic assisted living facility tip the balance that Erin, sensitive from an early age, has struggled in her life to maintain. 

UNIQUE GIFT! Tell My Story, an audio story production service founded by Molly Schulson '16, takes milestone moments in your life and transforms them into extraordinary audio tales. Think engagements, births, anniversaries, and retirements. It's like an episode of a podcast (with music and narration), all about you. For more:

UNRIG: How to Fix Our Broken Democracy Daniel G. Newman '91, art by George O’Connor. American government works for the wealthy, not We the People. This inspiring nonfiction graphic novel highlights citizens’ heroic, surprising solutions to unrig our broken system.

YOU CAN GET THERE FROM HERE: From A Historically Black College or University to Greatness Harry William Holt, Jr. ’84, P’16. This book discusses HBCUs and their significant contributions to the educational landscape of higher education. Thirty plus alumnus from HBCUs are profiled. Holt shares the success and experience of these bold graduates with honesty, humor, candor, and pride.

YOUR LIFE'S A PAGE-TURNER. Your story deserves to be told. As your personal historian, I’ll write your memoir from interviews. Your legacy, your way: choose from a photo-rich keepsake book for family and friends, a manuscript to send to literary agents, or a published book for sale. Your words, my craft, credited to you.

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