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The Office of Alumnae Engagement is proud to collect and publicize alumnae publications. If you have a book not included in our list, please email us at alumnae@scrippscollege.edu.

ManuScripps is organized by class year then alphabetically by alum last name.

Jean Symington Cothran ’31 The Whang Doodle: Folk Tales From the Carolinas, Sandlapper Press, 1972. 

Irene Hinckley Kupfer ’32 Growing Up in Redlands, Arthur Press, 1979. 

Eleanor Edwards Nicholson ’32 Through the Lion Gate: An American Woman Challenges the Traditions of a Veiled Society and Discovers a Daughter, Xlibris, 2002. In the Footsteps of the Camel: A Portrait of the Bedouins in Eastern Saudi Arabia In Mid-century, Stacey International, 1983. 

Laura Neville Hume ’33 The Ten-Month Year, Vantage Press, 1997. 

Elizabeth V. Watson ’34 Family and Social Welfare Social Services in West Pakistan, U.N. Commissioner for Technical Co-operation, 1968. 

Helen Mears Ziegler ’34 New Definition in Poetry 1934, Phi Beta Kappa Prize essays, 1934. 

 

Margaret Cobb Shipley ’35 At Water’s Edge, Puckerbrush Press, 2004. The Light Angels: Poems, Fithian Press, 1988. Burning the Trees, James Andrews & Co., 1985. The Sound of the Sun, Doubleday, 1958. Poems, Antioch Review, 1958. Poems, Colorado Quarterly, 1958. 

Elizabeth Rusling Sedat ’36 Diccionario Poqomchii’-CastellanoCholsamaj, 2001. Bible/New Testament PokomchiBible Society Guatemala, 1983 (Translator) 

Florence Slocum Wilson ’36 Windows on Early California, Typecraft Publishers, 1971. The Flores adobe/South Pasadena, Unknown. 

Jane Guthrie Muller ’37 Letters to my parents; written from Scripps College for Women 1935-37, Typescript (photocopy on the occasion of her 50th reunion), 1987. 

Elizabeth Fleming Rhodes ’37 Getting There—My Autobiography (1915-1999), E.F. Rhodes, 1999. On the Fringe of Fame: The Career of Richard Bland Lee II in the South and West 1797-1875, Castle Press, 1990. Call Me Margaret: Margaret Eaton Brown Fleming, E. F. Rhodes, 1984 

Marian Williams ’37 Biomechanics of Human Motion, Saunders, 1977. Therapeutic Exercise for Body Alignment and Function, Saunders, 1957. 

Peggy Schenk Smith ’38 Arnolds Park at Lake Okoboji: Ten Loves A Picture History, Sentinel Publishing Company, 1976. 

Rene Sanford Peyton ’39 The Fledgling, Unknown, Unknown. 

Lydiane Vermeulen Kyte ’40 Plants From Test Tubes: An Introduction To Micropropagation, Timber Press, 1987. 

Kitty McCord Mendenhall ’43 Moon of the Lost Frenchman, Manor Books, 1976. Parade: Poems, Potpourri Books, 1997. AngeltreadManor Books, 1978. 

Margaret E. Yale ’43 An Introduction to the Study of Pauline, Typewritten copy, 1946. Long After You, Ampersand Press, 1948 

 

Peggy Cochrane ’44 The Sorcerer’s Guide to Good Health, Barricade Books, 1993. The Witch Doctor’s Manual, Woodbridge Press, 1984. 

Sue Louise Heath Brown ’45 As Yet Unheard, Palo Alto, 1946. 

Anita Denniston Bassett ’46 The Composer’s Wife, 2009. 

Betty Davenport Ford ’46 Ceramic Sculpture, Reinhold Publishing, 1964.  

Sue Felt Kerr ’46 Weezie Goes to School, A. Whitman, 1969. Here Comes Weezie, A. Whitman, 1967. Contrary Woodrow, Doubleday, 1958. Rosa-Too-Little, Doubleday, 1950. 

Alicita Koenig Hamilton ‘48 Missy Hamilnook Reflects on Early Childhood Education, Bookcrafters, 2013. 

Natasha Chapro Josefowitz ’48 He Writes/She Writes: A Dialogue of Contrasting Views Written in Verse, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without: Hope and Healing after Loss, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Been There, Done That, Doing It Better, Blue Mountain Press, 2010. Retirement: Wise and Witty Advice for Making It the Next Great Adventure, Blue Mountain Press, 2005. If I Eat I Feel Guilty, If I Don’t I’m Deprived: …and Other Dilemmas of Daily Life, Blue Mountain Arts, 2001. Too Wise to Want to Be Young Again: A Witty View of How to Stop Counting the Years and Start Living Them, Blue Mountain Arts, 1995. Over the Hill – and Loving the View: Poems to Celebrate Growing Older, Blue Mountain Press, 1991. A Hundred Scoops of Ice CreamTiny Tales, St Martin’s Press, 1988. Fitting In: How to Get a Good Start In Your New Job, Addison-Wesley, 1988. Natasha’s Words for Friends, Warner Books, 1986. Natasha’s Words for Families, Warner Books, 1986. Natasha’s Words for Lovers, Warner Books, 1986. You’re the Boss! A Guide to Managing People with Understanding and Effectiveness, Warner Books, 1985. Is this where I was going?, Warner Books, 1983. Paths to Power: A Woman’s Guide From First Job to Top Executive, Addison Wesley, 1980. PossibilitésPoèmesSagile, 1950. 

 

Patricia Fisher-Smith Welsh ’51 Southern California Organic Gardening (3rd ed.). Chronicle Books, 2009. Southwest: Smart Garden Regional Guide (American Horticultural Society), DK Publishing, 2004. All My Edens, Chronicle Books, 1996. 

Catherine Beston Barnes ’52 Kneeling Orion: Poems, Godine, 2004. Where the Deer Were: Poems, Godine, 2000. Crossing the Field, Blackberry Books, 1992. 

Susan Lautmann Hertel ’52 Susan Hertel: A Retrospective, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, in association with University of Washington Press, 1998.

Molly Cosgrave Chappellet ’53 Jack Lenor Larson’s LongHouse, Chronicle Books, 2010. Into the Earth: A Wine Cave Renaissance, Panache Partners LLC, 2009. A Vineyard Garden, Viking Studio Books. 1991. Gardens of the Wine Country, introduction, Chronicle Books, 1998. 

Diana Kontas Colson ‘53 Triple Destiny, AbbottPress, 2013.  

Nancy Shroyer Howard ’53 Mischief in Tuscany: Running Wild in a Famous Italian Painting, Mandragora, 2008. Fun in Florence Italy; First Family Guide to Famous Sites and Homes; Games & Stories, Mandragora, 2000. Exploring Tuscany’s Chianti Countryside: Four Excursions out from Radda and Gaiole in Chianti, Mandragora, 2003. In a Tuscan Castle, Jones Alley Fine Press, 2007. Jacob Lawrence: American Scenes, American struggles, Davis Publications, 1996. Helen Cordero and the Storytellers of Cochiti Pueblo, Davis Publications, 1995. William Sidney Mount: Painter of Rural America, Davis Publications, 1994. 

Suzi Maschmeyer Weinert ’56 Woman at the Garage Sale, Blue Water Press, 2020.Garage Sale Riddle, Blue Water Press, 2016. Garage Sale Diamonds, Blue Water Press, 2015. Garage Sale Stalker, Blue Water Press, 2014. 

 

Carolyn Sheets Owen-Towle ’57 Damngorgeous: A Daughter’s Memoir of Millard Owen Sheets, Oceanside Museum of Art, 2008.

 

Whitney Hansen ‘58 Oh, That’s Another Story: Images and Tales of Sag Harbor by Alexandra Eames, Whitney Hansen, illustrator, Harbor Electronic Publishing, 2015 

Rosemary Radford Ruether ’58 Religious Feminism and the Future of the Planet: A Christian – Buddhist Conversation (co-author), Bloomsbury Academic, 2016. Weep Not for Your Children: Essays on Religion and Violence (co-author), Routledge, 2014. My Quests for Hope and Meaning: An Autobiography, Cascade Books, 2013. Many Forms of Madness: A Family’s Struggle With Mental Illness and the Mental Health System, Fortress Press, 2010. Christianity and Social Systems: Historical Constructions and Ethical Challenges, Rowman & Littlefield, 2008. Catholic Does Not Equal the Vatican: A Vision for Progressive Catholicism, New Press, 2008. America, Amerikkka: Elect Nation And Imperial Violence, Equinox, 2007. Integrating Ecofeminism, Globalization, and World Religions, Rowman & Littlefield, 2007. Goddesses and the Divine Feminine: A Western Religious History, University of California Press, 2005. Gregory of Nazianzus, CSS Publishing, 2003. The Wrath of Jonah: The Crisis of Religious Nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Fortress Press, 2002. Visionary Women: Three Medieval Mystics, Augsburg Books, 2001. Christianity and the Making of the Modern Family, Beacon Press, 2001. Women and Redemption: A Theological History, Augsburg Fortress, 1998. Women Healing Earth: Third World Women on Ecology, Feminism, and Religion, Orbis, 1996. Disputed Questions: On Being a Christian, Orbis, 1989. Contemporary Roman Catholicism: Crises and ChallengesSheed & Ward, 1987. Women-church: Theology and Practice of Feminist Liturgical Communities, Harper & Row, 1985. Sexism and God-talk: Toward a Feminist Theology, Beacon Press, 1983. To Change the World: Christology and Cultural Criticism, Crossroad, 1981. Women and Religion in America, Harper & Row, 1981. Women of spirit: female leadership in the Jewish and Christian Traditions, Simon & Schuster, 1979. Mary the Feminine Face of the Church, Westminster Press, 1977. New Women New Earth: Sexist Ideologies and Human Liberation, Seabury Press, 1975. Faith and Fratricide: The Theological Roots of Anti-Semitism, Seabury Press, 1974. Religion and Sexism, Simon and Schuster, 1974. Liberation Theology, Paulist Press, 1972. The Radical Kingdom; the Western Experience of Messianic Hope, Harper & Row, 1970. Are Women’s Colleges Obsolete? Article in Critic, 1968. The Church Against Itself; An Inquiry Into the Conditions of Historical Existence For the Eschatological Community, Herder and Herder, 1967. “Are women’s colleges obsolete?”, Article in Critic, 1968. “Loisy: History and Commitment”, Article in Continuum, 1965. “Women, Birth Control and the Catholic Church”, Article in Front Line, 1964. 

Barbara Turner Sachs ‘58 The Rainbox Box, St. Martin’s Press, 1984. 

 

Laurie Schweitzer Brown ’59 Las Vegas Periphery: Views from the Edge, George F. Thompson Publishing, 2013. Recent Terrains: Terraforming the American West (Creating the North American Landscape), Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000. 

Jean Davis Davison ’59 Mother of Fire: An Iraqi Woman’s Journey from Mosul to MalawiKirinyaga Publications, 2011. The Ostrich Wakes: Struggles for Change in Highland KenyaKirinyaga Publications, 2006. Voices from Mutira: Changes in the Lives of Rural Gikuyo Women, 1910-1995, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1996. Gender, Lineage, And Ethnicity In Southern Africa, Westview Press, 1996. Agriculture, Women, and Land: The African Experience, Westview Press, 1988. 

Maxine Borowsky Junge ’59  Dear Myra, Dear Max: A Conversation About Aging (co-author), CreateSpace Independent Pub. Platform, 2017. Voices from the Barrio: “”Con Safos: Reflections of Life in the Barrio”, CreateSpace Independent Pub. Platform, 2016. Becoming an Art Therapist (co-author), Charles C. Thomas Pub. Ltd, 2015. Identity and Art Therapy: Personal and Professional Perspectives, Charles C. Thomas Pub. Ltd., 2014. Graphic Facilitation and Art Therapy: Imagery and Metaphor in Organizational Development, Charles C. Thomas Pub. Ltd., 2012. The Modern History of Art Therapy in the United States, Charles C. Thomas Pub Ltd, 2010. Mourning, Memory and Life Itself: Essays by an Art Therapist, Charles C. Thomas Pub. Ltd., 2008. Architects of Art Therapy: Memoirs And Life Stories, Charles C. Thomas Pub. Ltd., 2007. Creative Realities: The Search for Meanings, University Press of America 1998. 

Carolyn Yarnes Woolston ’59 as Lynna Banning for Turquoise Morning Press: The Bride and the Bandit, 2012. Gauchos & Gumption: My Argentine Honeymoon2012. As Lynna Banning for Harlequin Historical: The Hired Man, 2017. Baby on the Oregon Trail, 2016. Her Sheriff Bodyguard, 2016. Printer in Petticoats 2016. Smoke River Family, 2015. Smoke River Bride, 2013. Happily Ever After in the West: Whirlwind Redemption, 2011. Lady Lavender, 2011. Templar Knight: Forbidden Bride, 2008. High Country Hero, 2008. The Scout, 2007. Crusader’s Lady, 2007. Loner’s Lady, 2006. The Ranger and the Redhead, 2005. The Wedding Cake War, 2004. One Starry Christmas, 2004. The Angel of Devil’s Camp, 2003. The Courtship, 2002. The Law And Miss Hardisson2000. Plum Creek Bride, 1999. Lost Acres Bride, 1998. Western Rose, 1998. Wildwood, 1997. 

 

Sue Alpert Dinwiddie ’60 I Want it My way! Problem-solving Techniques With children 2-8, Better World Press, 1997. Let Me Think! Activities to Develop Problem-Solving Abilities in Young Children Better, World Press, 1997.

Susan Arnsberg Diamond ’61 Helping Children of Divorce: A Handbook for Parents and Teachers, Schocken Press, 1985. 

Jane A. Kimball ’61 Trench Art: An Illustrated HistorySilverpenny Press, 2004. 

Charlene Woodcock ’61 Weavings Chiapas, May Women’s Lives in a Changing World, University of Oklahoma Press, 2018. 

 

Suzanne Muchnic ’62 LACMA So Far: Portrait of a Museum in the Making, Huntington Library Press, 2015. Helen Lundeberg—Poetry Space Silence, Louis Stern Fine Arts., Inc. 2014. Odd Man In: Norton Simon and the Pursuit of Culture, University of California Press, 1998. 

Margaret Scrogin Chang ’63 Celia’s Robot, Holiday House, 2009. Speaking of Chinese, W. W. Norton, 2001. Da Wei’s Treasure: A Chinese Tale, Margaret K. McElderry Books, 1999. The Beggar’s Magic: A Chinese Tale, Margaret K. McElderry Books, 1997. The Cricket Warrior, Margaret K. McElderry Books, 1994. In the Eye of War, Margaret K. McElderry Books, 1990. Discovering Your Library [Kit], Creative Teaching Press, 1976. 

 

Dana Cook Dakin ’64 Beyond Wall Street: The Art of Investing, Wiley, 1998. 

 

Sharon La Bonde Hanks ‘65 Through the Gate: Moments of Thought, Remembrance, Consideration, Wildflower Press, 2016. 

Diane Josephy Peavey ’65 Bitterbrush Country: Living On the Edge of the Land, Fulcrum, 2001. 

Gay Ross Rogers ’65 An Illustrated History of Needlework Tools, Needlework Unlimited, 1994. American Silver Thimbles, Needlework Unlimited, 1989. Needlework Designs from Asia, Robert Hale, 1984. Tribal Designs for Needlepoint: 30 Original Designs Adapted From Eskimo, Polynesian, and Indian Art, Doubleday, 1977. 

Nina Rosoff ’65 The Power of Paradox: The Protean Leader and Leading in Uncertain Times, Routledge Taylor and Francis, 2011. 

 

Gaye Burpee ’66 The Resilient Family Farm, ITDG Publishing, 2004. 

Jeanne DuPrau ’66 The Diamond of DarkholdYearling, 2010. The Prophet of Yonwood, Yearling, 2007. Car Trouble, Harper Teen, 2005. The City of Ember, Corgi Childrens, 2005. The People of Sparks, Yearling, 2005. Cells, KidHaven Press, 2001. Daily Life: American Colonies, KidHaven Press, 2001. Cloning, Lucent Books, 1999. The Earth House, Fawcett Columbine, 1992. Adoption: The facts, feelings, and issues of a double heritage, Messner, 1981.

Emily Gill ’66 Moral Argument, Religion, and Same-Sex Marriage: Advancing the Public Good, Lexington Books, 2009. Becoming Free: Autonomy and Diversity in the Liberal Polity, University Press of Kansas, 2001. 

Martha Wehmeier Hammer ’66 Women Muralists of the National Museum of Anthropology, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, 2011. 

Molly Ivins ’66  Molly Ivins: Letters to The Nation, The Nation, 2015. Bill of Wrongs: The Executive Branch’s Assault on America’s Fundamental Rights, Random House, 2007. Who Let the Dogs In?: Incredible Political Animals I Have Known, Random House, 2005. Bushwhacked: Life in George W. Bush’s America, Vintage, 2004. Shrub: The Short But Happy Political Life of George W. Bush, Random House, 2000. You Got to Dance With Them What Brung You: Politics in the Clinton Years, Random House, 1998. Nothin’ But Good Times Ahead, Vintage Books, 1994. Molly Ivins Can’t Say That, Can She?, Vintage Books, 1992. 

Barbara Brooks Tomblin ’66 The Civil War on the Mississippi, University of Kentucky Press, 2016. Bluejackets and Contrabands: African Americans and the Union Navy, University Press of Kentucky, 2009. With Utmost Spirit; Allied Naval Operations in the Mediterranean (1942-1945), University Press of Kentucky, 2004. G.I. Nightingales: The Army Nurse Corps in World War II, University Press of Kentucky, 1996. 

Pamela Bowren Vandiver ’67 Origins of Ceramics–Figurine Manufacture at Dolni Vestonice circa 26,000BC, Studio Potter, 1991. New Applications of X-Radiographic Imaging Technologies for Archaeological Ceramics, Article in Archeomaterials, 1991. Les Plus Anciennes Céramiques du Monde Article Société d’éditions scientifiques, 1990. Materials Issues In Art and Archaeology, Materials Research Society, 1988. Ceramic Masterpieces: Art Structure and Technology, Free Press, 1986. Early Pyrotechnology: The Evolution of the First Fire-Using Industries, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1982. 

 

Pamela Smith Connolly ‘68 What Do You Say to a Naked Icebox? Dorrance Publishing Co., 1997. 

Tricia Corbett ’68 The Raven’s Quest: A Historical MysteryPublish Green, 2012, co-author Susan Corbett ’75. 

Susan Hobbs ’68 The Art of Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996. 

Nancy Meadors Kline ’68 Time to ThinkCassell Illustrated, 1998. 

Kathryn Wilsey Lerch ’68 Words of war: wartime memories from the Civil War through the Gulf War, Guild Press-Emmis Publishing LP, 2001. Prosecuting Citizens Rebels & Spies: The 8th N.Y. Heavy Artillery in MD 1862-1864, Maryland Historical Society Magazine, 1999. The 8th New York Heavy Artillery in Baltimore 1862-1864, Maryland Historical Society Magazine, 1997. 

Anne Daley Slade ’68 That Sterling Soldier: The Life of David A. Russell, Morningside, 1995. A.T.A. Torbert: Southern Gentleman in Union Blue, Morningside, 1992. 

Sally Warner ’68 It’s Only Temporary, Viking Juvenile, 2008. Lilly and Emma series of children’s books, Puffin. Ellray Jakes series of children’s books, Viking Juvenile. Twilight Child, Viking Juvenile, 2006. Smart About the First Ladies, Grosset & Dunlap, 2004. This Isn’t About the Money, Puffin, 2004. Some Friend, Scholastic, 1999. Sort of Forever, Alfred A. Knopf, 1998. Making Room for Making Art, Chicago Review Press, 1994. Encouraging the Artist in Yourself (Even If It’s Been a Long, Long Time), St. Martin’s Press, 1991. 

Susan Dillon ‘69 A True Love Story, Stone Post Pub. Co., 1999. 

Liebe Gray ’69 To See the Elephant, Unknown, 1976.

Ellen Trescher Haas ’69 Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature, Owlink Press, 2010. Headmaster on a bulldozer: Building a school from the ground up, Timeline Pub., 1989. 

Leslie Lasher Monsour ’69 The House Sitter, Finishing Line Press, 2011. The Alarming Beauty of the Sky: Poems, Red Hen Press 2005. Gringuita Poems, Missing Measures Press, 1990. 

Ruth Hatch Rahimi ’69 Net of Stars, Academy of Arts& Humanities, 1979. 

Caroline Rob Zaleski ’69 Long Island Modernism 1930-1980, W. W. Norton, 2012. The Caregiver’s Guide: Helping Older Friends and Relatives With Health and Safety Concerns, Mariner Books, 1992. 

Shelly Foote ’70 Egyptian Revival Jewelry and Design, Schiffer Publishing, 2006, co-author Dale Reeves Nicholls ’70. 

Marilyn Harran ’70 The Holocaust Chronicle, Publications International, 2000. Martin Luther: Learning for Life, Concordia University Press, 1997. Luther and Learning: The Wittenberg University Luther Symposium, Associated University Presses, 1985. Luther on Conversion: The Early Years, Cornell University Press, 1983. 

Carolyn Holm ’70 Everyday Art for Kids: Projects to Unlock Creativity, Mockingbird Press, 1996. Flamingo Moon, Mockingbird Press, 2013. 

Sam King 70 Moon Dance: Island Poems, Antrim House Books, 2020.

Mary Davis MacNaughton ’70 Clay’s Tectonic Shift: John Mason, Ken Price, and Peter Voulkos, 1956-1968, J. Paul Getty Museum, 2012. Matter and Matrix–Kris Cox, Amy Ellingson, Elizabeth Turk, and Jane Park Wells, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, 2003. Alison & Lezley Saar: Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery 2000, Perpetua Press, 2000. Susan Hertel: A Retrospective, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College in association with University of Washington Press, 1998. Adolph Gottlieb: A Retrospective, Hudson Hills Press, 1995. Revolution in Clay: The Marer Collection of Contemporary Ceramics, University of Washington Press, 1994. Adolph Gottlieb: Works on Paper 1966 – 1973, Manny Silverman Press, 1990. Crossing the Line: Word and Image in Art, 1960-1990, Montgomery Gallery, 1990. Art at Scripps: The Early Years, Galleries of the Claremont Colleges, 1988. New California printmaking: Selections from northern & southern California, Galleries of the Claremont Colleges, 1987. East/West: Contemporary Asian-American art in Los Angeles: Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, The Gallery, 1986. Adolph Gottlieb—Pictographs 1941-1953, Andre Emmerich Gallery, 1979. 

Dale Reeves Nicholls ’70 Antique Enameled Jewelry, Schiffer Publishing, 2006. Egyptian Revival Jewelry and Design, Schiffer Publishing, 2006, co-author Shelly Foote ’70. 

 

Molly Hoffstetter Huffman ‘71 School Choices in Greater Portland, Tact, 2000. 

Gayle Pope Morrison ’71 Hog’s Exit: Jerry Daniels, the Hmong, and the CIA (Modern Southeast Asia Series), Texas Tech University Press, 2013. Sky Is Falling: An Oral History of the CIA’s Evacuation of the Hmong from Laos, McFarland, 2007.

Chutatip Vadnasindhu Umavijani ’71 Buddhist Chanting for Health and Peace, unknown. 

Bonny Bulmer Becker ’72 The Sniffles for Bear, Candlewick, 2011. A Bedtime for Bear, Candlewick, 2010. A Birthday for Bear, Candlewick, 2009. The Magical Ms. Plum, Knopf Books for Young Readers, 2009. A Visitor for Bear, Candlewick, 2008. Holbrook: A Lizard’s Tale, Clarion Books, 2006. An Ant’s Day Off, Scholastic, 2006. Just a Minute, Simon & Schuster, 2003. My Brother, the Robot, Dutton Children’s Books, 2001. Tickly PicklyGrowing Tree, 1999. The Christmas Crocodile, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1998. The Quiet Way Home, H. Holt, 1995. 

Lynne Thompson ’72 Start with a Small Guitar, What Books Press, 2013. Beg No Pardon, Perugia Press, 2007. We Arrive by Accumulation: Poems, SeaMoon Press, 2002. 

Hilary Roe Metternich ’72 Mongolian Folktales, Avery Press, 1996.  

Michelle Huneven ’73 Off Course: A Novel, Sarah Crichton Books, 2014. Literary Pasadena: The Fiction Edition, Prospect Park Books, 2013. Blame, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2009. The Tao Gal’s Guide to Real Estate: Finding the House of Your Dreams with the Help of Six Women and the Ancient Art of the Tao, Bloomsbury USA, 2006. Jamestown, Vintage, 2004. Round Rock, Vintage, 1998. 

Becky Tognoni Boudway ’74 Standing Forward, Looking Backward: Life of an American Sculptor, George-Ann (Neudeck) TognoniHale’s House, 2009. Treasure in the Dust: Enduring Gold and Silver’s Century of Divorce, Panorama West Books, 1985.

Tena Kari Mitchell ’74 Sip the Garden: Fun, Easy Drinks for a Healthier Family, WriteSpa Press, 2014. 

 

Edith Pattou Emery ’75 Ghosting, Skyspace, 2014. East, Perfection Learning, 2005. Fire Song: The Second Song of Eirren, Graphia, 2005. Mrs. Spitzer’s Garden, Harcourt Children’s Books, 2001. Hero’s Song, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991.

Melanie Rawn ’75 Playing to the Gods, Tor Books, 2017. Elsewhens: Book Two of Glass Thorns, Tor Books, 2016. Window Wall (Glass Thorns), Tor Books, 2015. ThornlostTor Books, 2014. ElsewhensTor Books, 2013. Touchstone, Tor Books, 2012. The DivinerDaw Books, 2011. Fire Raiser, Tor Books, 2009. Spellbinder, Tor Books, 2006 The Mageborn Traitor, DAW Books/Penguin USA, 1997. The Golden Key, DAW/Penguin USA, 1996. The Ruins of Ambrai, DAW Books, 1994. Knights of the Morningstar: A Novel, Ace Books, 1994. Skybowl, DAW Books/Penguin USA, 1993. The Dragon Token, DAW Books/Penguin USA, 1992. Sunrunner’s Fire, DAW Books, 1990. Stronghold, DAW Books/Penguin USA, 1990. Dragon Prince, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1989. The Star Scroll, DAW Books/Penguin USA, 1989. 

Susan Corbett ’75 The Raven’s Quest: A Historical MysteryPublish Green, 2012, co-author Tricia Corbett ’68. In the Belly of the Elephant, Untreed Reads Publishing, 2013. 

Diana du Pont ’75 You Can’t Eat Dirt Leading America’s First All-Women Tribal Council and How We Changed Palm Springs, Fan Palm Research Project, 2012. Tamayo: A Modern Icon Reinterpreted, Turner, 2007. Risking the Abstract: Mexican Modernism and the Art of Gunther Gerzso, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 2003. Florence Henri: Artist Photographs of the Avant-Garde, DAP, Inc. 1990. Photography: A Facet of Modernism: Photographs from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Hudson Hills Press, 1987.  

Winslow Eliot ’77 Sati and the CloverWriteSpa, 2015. Sati and the Rider, WriteSpa, 2014. The Happiness Cure, WriteSpa, 2013. Writing Through the Year (The Four Seasons): WriteSpa – An Oasis for Writers, Telemachus Press, 2013. What Would You Do If There Was Nothing You Had To Do? WriteSpa, 2013. Pursued, Telemachus Press, 2011. A Perfect Gem, Telemachus Press, 2011. Heaven Falls: A Novel, Telemachus Press, 2010. The Waldorf Book of Breads, Rudolph Steiner Press, 2009. The Bright Face of Danger, St Martin’s Paperbacks, 1993. 

Karen Holden ’77 This Music, Letters at 3AM Press, 2014. The Book of Changes, St Martin Paperbacks, 1993. 

Jacqueline McCoy ’77 Lines for a Little Lady: From Someone Who Begs to Be Remembered, by Henry Lee Faggett, epilogue by Jacqueline McCoy, Dorrance Publishing, 2015. 

Christina Luebke McPhee ’77 Christina McPhee: A Commonplace Book, edited by Eileen A. Joy, Punctum Books, 2017. 

Harriet Doerr ’78 Consider This, Senora, Harcourt Brace, 1998. The Tiger in the Grass: Stories and Other Inventions, Viking, 1995. Stones for Ibarra, Viking, 1983. 

Jennifer Engel ’78 Raven in White Sneakers (caoloration with Marie Ostman Berman ’77), Sunflower Crone, 2017.

Marian Henley ’78 The Shiniest Jewels: A Family Love Story, Springboard Press, 2008. Maxine! Selections, Republic of Texas Press, 2003. Maxine, Plume, 1987. 

 

Georgia Galanopoulou ’79 Mpeogoulph (Beowulf)Ekloseis Delphini, 1996. 

Shannon Sweeney Acedo ’80 Ebooks and the School Library Program: A Practical Guide for the School Librarian, American Library Association, 2013. 

Katie Anawalt Arnoldi ’80 Point Dume, Overlook, 2010. The Wentworths, Overlook, 2009. Chemical Pink, Forge Books, 2001. 

 

 

 

Esther Chiu ‘82 The Lobster and the Sea, Polychrome Publishing Corp., 1997. 

Ann Elizabeth Henry Gonzales ’82 Beloved and the Pepper Tree, Wise Ink, 2018, www.anngonzalesart.com

Bella Mahaya Carter ’83 Writing Naked: The Benefits of Exposing Yourself Through Memoir, She Writes Press, 2016. Secrets of My Sex, Bombshelter Press, 2008. Raw: My Journey from Anxiety to Joy, She Writes Press, 2018.

Amy Sterling Casil ’83 Shakespeare in Hell, Chameleon Publishing, 2014. Jonny PunkinheadAegypan, 2011. Mississippi Past and Present, Rosen Central, 2010. Why Banks Fail, Rosen Pub.Group, 2010. Lois Duncan, Rosen Pub.Group, 2010. The Creation of Canyons, Rosen Central, 2009. Tony Hawk: Skateboard Mogul, Rosen Central, 2009. Pancreatic Cancer: Current and Emerging Trends in Detection and Treatment, Rosen Pub.Group, 2009. Bomb Scares, Rosen Pub.Group, 2008. This is Your Government, Rosen Central, 2008. Thomas Dewey: The Founder of American Liberalism, Rosen Pub.Group, 2006. The Department of Labor, Rosen, Pub.Group, 2005. Life of Astronaut Biographies, PowerKids Press, 2005. Hantavirus: Deadly Diseases Throughout History, Rosen Pub.Group, 2004. Buzz Aldrin: The Pilot of the First Moon Landing, Rosen Pub.Group, 2004. Coping with Terrorism. Rosen Pub.Group, 2004. The B-1 Lancer, Rosen Pub.Group, 2003. Imago, Borgo Press, 2002. Choosing a Career in Aircraft Maintenance, Rosen Pub.Group, 2001. Without Absolution, Borgo Press, 2000. 

Linda Himelstein ’84 The King of Vodka: The Story of Pyotr Smirnov and the Upheaval of an Empire, Harper Business, 2009. 

Andrea Jarrell ‘84 I’m the One Who Got Away: A Memoir, She Writes Press, 2017. 

Sarah Law ‘84 Pittsburgh’s Point Breeze, Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 

Cherry Tennant ’84 Alive: Poetry and Paintings, Cherry Tennant, 2006. Path: Poetry and Drawings, Cherry Tennant, 1997. On being Alive: Poetry and Drawings, Cherry Tennant, 1991. 

Gail Greiner ’84 Patchwork Helps a Friend, pow!, 2013. 

 

Cindy Wood Ennis ’86 What Great Parents Have in Common, Great Parents Publishing, 2010.

Alison Singh Gee ’86 Where the Peacock Sings, St. Martin’s Press, 2013. 

Rebecca Wilson ’86 Sleeping with monsters: conversations with Scottish and Irish women poets, Polygon, 1990. A House With No Roof, Counterpoint Press, 2011. 

Margaret Pumpelly Finnegan ’87 The Goddess Lounge, Lucky Bat Press, 2012. Selling Suffrage: Consumer Culture & Votes for Women, Columbia University Press, 1999. 

Jessica Madden Pierce ’87 Run Spot Run: The Ethics of Keeping Pets, University of Chicago Press, 2016. The Last Walk: Reflections on Our Pets at the End of Their Life, University of Chicago Press, 2012. Contemporary Bioethics: A Reader with Cases, Oxford University Press, 2009. Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals, University of Chicago Press, 2009Morality Play: Case Studies in Ethics, McGraw-Hill, 2005The Ethics of Environmentally Responsible Health Care, Oxford University Press, 2004. Environmentalism and the New Logic of Business, Oxford University Press, 2000. 

 

Hilary Johnston-Barton Doubleday ’88 Mouse in the Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 2013. 

Amy Silverman ‘88 My Heart Can’t Even Believe It: A Story of Science, Love, and Down Syndrome, Woodbine Books, 2016. 

 

Margaret Davis ’89 Steel Standing, Ma Nao Books, 2012. China Under the Covers: A Binder’s Journey to the Root of Books, Ma Nao Books, 2012. 

Johanna Westerman-Rhodehamel ’89 Maggie Mab and the Bogey Beast, Arcade, 1992. 

Stacia Deutsch ’90 The Friendship Code #1, Penguin Workshop, 2017. Team BFF: Race to the Finish! #2, Penguin Workshop, 2017. The Dragon Queen, Scholastic Inc. 2016. Quest for the Keys, Scholastic Inc. 2015. Disney Fairies: The Pirate Fairy, Little Brown Books, 2014. Rise of the Guardians Movie Novelization, Simon Spotlight, 2012. Mean Ghouls, Scholastic Paperbacks, 2012. Mean Ghouls and Zombie Dog, Scholastic Books, 2011. The Smurfs Movie Novelization, Simon Spotlight, 2011. Hot Pursuit: Murder in Mississippi, Kar-Ben Publishing, 2010. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Simon Spotlight, 2009. Dragonball: Evolution Junior Novel, VIZ Media, 2009. In the Stars, Simon Pulse, 2007. Overcoming Adversity: Sharing the American Dream Series, Mason Crest Publishers: John B. Herrington, 2007; Malcolm X, 2007; Martin Lawrence, 2007; Samuel L. Jackson, 2007; Jermaine Dupri2007. Blast to the Past Series, Aladdin: Washington’s War, 2007; Betsy Ross’s Star, 2007, Ben Franklin’s Fame, 2006; Sacagawea’s Strength, 2006; Bell’s Breakthrough, 2005. Disney’s Dream, 2005; Lincoln’s Legacy, 2005; King’s Courage, 2005.

Gayani DeSilva ‘91 A Psychiatrist’s Guide:Helping Parents Reach Their Depressed Tween, TVGuestpert Publishing, 2017. 

Hannah Nyala ’91 Leave No Trace, Gallery Books, 2012. Cry Last Heard, Pocket Books, 2004. Point Last Seen, Penguin USA, 1998. 

Cordelia Scharpf ’91 Luise Büchner: A Nineteenth-Century Evolutionary Feminist, Peter Lang 2008. 

Maria Tham ’91 Cultural Curiosity, J.M.T. Khu, ed., Univ. of California Press, 2001. 

Nan Mooney ’92 (Not) Keeping Up With Our Parents: The Decline of the Professional Middle Class, Beacon Press, 2009. I Can’t Believe She Did That: Why Women Betray Other Women at Work, St. Martin’s Press, 2005. My Racing Heart: The Passionate World of Thoroughbreds and the Track, HarperCollins, 2002. 

Gabrielle Giffords ’93 Gabby: A Story of Courage and Hope, Scribner, 2011. Enough: Our Fight to Keep America Safe from Gun Violence, Scribner, 2014. 

Ella Howard ’95 Homeless: Poverty and Place in Urban America (Politics and Culture in Modern America), University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. 

 Margaret O’Brien Dilloway ’96 How To Be An American Housewife, Putnam Adult, 2010. The Care and Handling of Roses With Thorns, Berkley Trade, 2013. 

Teresa Landgraff Gale ’96 Fearless Food Gardening in Chicagoland – A Month-by-month Growing Guide for Beginners, Peterson Garden Project, 2013. 

Kara Platoni ‘97 We Have the Technology: How Biohackers, Foodies, Physicians, and Scientists Are Transforming Human Perception, One Sense at a Time, Basic Books, 2015.

Nora Zelevansky ’99 Will You Won’t You Want Me?, St Martin’s Griffin, 2016. Semi-Charmed Life, St. Martin’s Griffin, 2012. 

Stephanie Nikolopoulos ’01 Burning Furiously Beautiful: The True Story of Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road”, lulu.com, 2013. Introduction to Isabella Bird’s A Lady’s Life in the Rocky Mountains, Barnes & Noble, 2005. Introduction to Theodore Roosevelt’s Hunting the Grisly and Other Sketches, Barnes & Noble, 2003. 

Molli Osburn ’04 Beyond Math Anxiety: 99 Insights (and a Calculation’s Not One!), Molli the Math Lady, 2018.

Kacie Berghoef ‘06 The Modern Enneagram: Discover Who You Are and Who You Can Be, Althea Press, 2017. 

Jessica Lanan ‘06 The Story I’ll Tell by Nancy T. Ling, Jessica Lanan, illustrator, Lee & Low Books, 2015. 

Ashley M. Martin ‘06 Focus: A Handbook for Leaders, WTL Press, 2014. 

Maggie Tokuda-Hall ’07 Also an Octopus, Walker Books, 2017. 

Rachel Berman ‘08 Aerandgast: The Lost History of Jane AustinMeryton Press, 2015.

Rachel Hennessey ’13 Fifteen Years, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Twentysomething, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014, The Trip, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. 

 

Breanna Deutsch ’12 Finding the Fountain: Why Government Must Unlock Biotech’s Potential to Maximize Longevity, New Degree Press, 2020.

Rena Patel ’19 Here We Stand, 2020.