Arts & Culture

Works received

New books, music, films, or other works by Yale faculty, staff, and alumni.

Send your book, CD, app, or other work to Arts Editor, Yale Alumni Magazine, PO Box 1905, New Haven CT 06509; or e-mail a copy or link to


Giselle Liza Anatol ’92
The Things That Fly in the Night: Female Vampires in Literature of the Circum-Caribbean and African Diaspora
Rutgers University Press, $32.95

Nicky Beer ’98
The Octopus Game
Carnegie Mellon University Press, $15.95

Adam Benforado ’01
Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice
Crown Publishing Group, $26

Joanne M. Braxton ’84PhD
Black Female Sexualities
Rutgers University Press, $28.95

Mike Brodsky ’90
Incremental Improvements: Change Your Life One Small Step at a Time
CreateSpace, $12.99

Charlene Caprio ’01 and Lefteris Tsouris
Ikaria Island: Explore and Experience
Wooden Hull Press, $18.95

Paul Cienniwa ’03MusAD
By Heart: The Art of Memorizing Music
CreateSpace, $12.95

Emory Clark ’60
Olympic Odyssey
TaylorButterfield, $28

Richard Coulson ’52, ’57LLB
A Corkscrew Life: Adventures of a Travelling Financier
Iuniverse, $23.95

Morris Dickstein ’67PhD
Gates of Eden: American Culture in the Sixties
Liveright Publishing, $16.95

Scott Donaldson ’50
The Impossible Craft: Literary Biography
Penn State University Press, $28.48

Charles Harrington Elster ’81
Word Workout: Building a Muscular Vocabulary in 10 Easy Steps
St. Martin’s Griffin, $16.99

Rev. Sam K. Frazier Jr. ’62BKD
Straight Like Me: The Journey of a Gay Priest in the Episcopal Church
CreateSpace, $10.95

Elyssa Friedland ’03
Love and Miss Communication
William Morrow Books, $14.99

Robert E. Galloway ’73MD
Anyone Can Do It: The Energy Matrix and Tong Ren
CreateSpace, $19.99

Howard Gillette Jr. ’64, ’70PhD
Class Divide: Yale ’64 and the Conflicted Legacy of the Sixties
Cornell University Press, $29.95

R. C. Goodwin ’64
The Stephen Hawking Death Row Fan Club: Six Stories and a Novella
Langdon Street Press, $15.99

Lisa Gornick ’85MPhil
Louisa Meets Bear
Sara Crichton Books, $26

Alissa Hamilton ’94, ’06PhD
Got Milked? The Great Dairy Deception and Why You’ll Thrive Without Milk
William Morrow Books, $26.99

Donald E. Harkness ’51
A World War I Adventure: The Life and Times of RNAS Bomber Pilot Donald E. Harkness
Authorhouse, $26.95

R. F. Hemphill ’66
Dust, Tea, Dingoes and Dragons: Adventures in Culture, Cuisine & Commerce from a Globe-Trekking Executive
Strelitzia Books, $15.95

Robin Kelsey ’84, ’94JD
Photography and the Art of Chance
Belknap Press, $32.95

Sulmaan Wasif Khan ’05, ’12PhD
Muslim, Trader, Nomad, Spy: China’s Cold War and the People of Tibetan Borderlands
North Carolina University Press, $34.95

Stephen J. Kunitz ’60, ’70PhD
Regional Cultures and Mortality in America
Cambridge University Press, $99

Richard Kutner ’68 (translator) and Vincent Engel
Fear of Paradise
Owl Canyon Press, $24.95

Hilary Liftin ’91
Movie Star by Lizzie Pepper
Viking Press, $27.95

Joseph Luzzi ’00PhD
In a Dark Wood: What Dante Taught Me about Grief, Healing, and the Mysteries of Love
HarperWave, $25.99

Robert Mandel ’74, ’76PhD
Coercing Compliance: State-Initiated Brute Force in Today’s World
Stanford Securities Studies, $29.95

John McQuaid ’83
Tasty: The Art and Science of What We Eat
Scribner Books, $26

Catherine Onyemelukwe ’88MPPM
Nigeria Revisited: My Life and Loves Abroad
Peace Corps Writers, $14.62

Frederick Pollack ’67
A Poverty of Words
Prolific Press, $18.95

Asher Price ’01
Year of the Dunk: A Modest Defiance of Gravity
Crown Publishing, $26

Joshua L. Reid ’94
The Sea is My Country: The Maritime World of the Makahs
Yale University Press, $40

Alexandra Robbins ’98
The Nurses: A Year of Secrets, Drama, and Miracles with Heroes of the Hospital
Workman Publishing, $24.95

Adam Rothman ’93
Beyond Freedom’s Reach: A Kidnapping in the Twilight of Slavery
Harvard University Press, $29.95

Stanton Samenow ’63
Inside the Criminal Mind: Revised and Updated Edition
Broadway Books, $15

Scott Saul ’01PhD
Becoming Richard Pryor
Harper, $27.99

Annita Perez Sawyer ’71, ’81PhD
Smoking Cigarettes, Easting Glass: A Psychologist’s Memoir
Santa Fe Writers Project, $17.95

Karl W. Spalt ’61MF
Frances and Viky
CreateSpace, $14.99

Madelon Sprengnether ’66, ’71PhD
Great River Road: Memoir and Memory
New Rivers Press, $17

Kentaro Toyama ’98PhD
Geek Heresy: Rescuing Social Change from the Cult of Technology
Public Affairs, $27.99

Barbara Weinstein ’80PhD
The Color of Modernity: São Paulo and the Making of Race and Nation in Brazil
Duke University Press, $29.95

Patricia White ’86
Women’s Cinema, World Cinema: Projecting Contemporary Feminisms
Duke University Press, $24.95

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