By Sherry Rothenberger Knowlton ’72
Sunbury Press - Milford House imprint
In the latest Alexa Williams suspense novel, the tenacious lawyer tangles with elephant poachers and conservation politics on the African continent. This is the fifth book in the series.
By Alison Bailey ’83
“Check your privilege” is not a request for a simple favor. It asks white people to consider the painful dimensions of what they have been socialized to ignore. Bailey, who is a professor at Illinois State University, examines how whiteness misshapes our humanity, measuring the weight of whiteness in terms of its costs and losses to collective humanity.
Edited by Andrew Miller ’04 and Dafna H. Rand
Brookings Institution Press
In this edited volume, noted experts lay out an alternate long-term strategy for protecting U.S. interests in the Middle East. Miller is deputy director for policy for the Project on Middle East Democracy.
By Janel Pineda ’18
Lineage of Rain, Pineda’s debut poetry chapbook, traces histories of Salvadoran migration and civil war through family memories and centers on intergenerational narratives filled with a yearning to create a new world— one unmarked by violence. A poet and educator, Pineda holds an M.A. in creative writing and education from Goldsmiths, University of London.
By Lauren Baratz-Logsted P’22 and Jackie Logsted ’22
Penguin Random House
A mischievous dog takes matters into his own paws when his beloved owners split up in this laugh-out-loud romance that will touch your heart and make you want a furry friend of your own. The mother-daughter duo co-wrote the novel as part of a two-book deal with Penguin Random House.
Published May 18, 2021