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By The Editors / September / October 2007
October 17th, 2007

Alumni Fiction

interference! by Paul F. Hammond ’65 (PublishAmerica).

Alumni Nonfiction

Everything You Ever Dreamed of and More: The Girlfriends’ Guide to Having Everything You Ever Dreamed of and More by Amy DuBois Barnett ’91 (Broadway Books). Expanding Horizons: Growth of the Interconnected World by William H. Beauchamp ’42 (iUniverse). See What You Can Be: Explore Careers That Could be for You by Diane Barzman Heiman ’80 and Liz Kellner Suneby ’80 (American Girl). False Self: The Life of Masud Khan by Linda Hopkins ’69 (Other). The Velvet Grind: Selected Essays, Interviews, Satires (1983–2005) by David Robbins ’79 (JRP|Ringier & Les Presses du RÈel). The House of Mondavi: The Rise and Fall of an American Wine Dynasty by Julia Flynn Siler ’82 (Gotham). Knock Yourself Up: A Tell-All Guide to Becoming a Single Mom by Louise Sloan ’88 (Avery/Penguin). Green Sisters: A Spiritual Ecology by Sarah McFarland Taylor ’90 (Harvard). Glut: Mastering Information Through the Ages by Alex Wright ’88 (Joseph Henry/National Academies). The American Family and the Fear of National Decline, 1968–1980 by Natasha Zaretsky ’96 AM, ’03 PhD. (Chapel Hill).

Faculty Nonfiction

Race, Nation, and Empire, edited by James T. Campbell, Matthew Pratt Guterl, and Robert G. Lee (Chapel Hill). Predator Upon a Flower: Life History and Fitness in a Crab Spider by Douglass H. Morse (Harvard).

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