Natasha Chapro Josefowitz ’48 and Irwin Zahn
He Writes/She Writes: A Dialogue of Contrasting Views Written in VerseA businessman and his female consultant write poetry to each other, entering into a dialogue about their contrasting views of life.
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, November 1, 2017.

Edith Pattou ’75
In this thrilling tale of danger, magic, adventure, and revenge, the sequel to East, protagonist Rose sets off on a perilous journey to find her true love when he goes missing.
Published by HMH Books for Young Readers, October 23, 2018.

Julie Wright Powell ’80
One (Wo)Man, One Vote: A History of the Fight for Voting Rights in America
Powell’s narrative shows that safeguarding the right of every citizen to cast a ballot is an ongoing struggle, but one that must continue in order to protect our democracy and progress toward a government that is truly representative of all its citizens.
Published through, 2018.

Molli Osburn ’04
Beyond Math Anxiety: 99 Insights (and a Calculation’s Not One!)
Math is daunting for many—bringing up feelings such as anxiety or shame. In her helpful guide to getting more comfortable with calculations, Molli the Math Lady shares some effective techniques and tools.
Published by Molli the Math Lady, September 27, 2018.