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May/June 2020

This is a list of books and other media, created by Yale alumni, that we received in the past two months. To have your work listed, please send a copy of your recently published or upcoming work to:

Yale Alumni Magazine

P.O. Box 1905

New Haven, CT



Aimee Liu ’75: Glorious Boy, Red Hen Press.

Gina Rae La Cerva ’15MESc: Feasting Wild: In Search of the Last Untamed Food, Greystone Books.

Maggie Doherty ’07: The Equivalents: A Story of Art, Female Friendship, and Liberation in the 1960s; Alfred A. Knopf.

Larry Palmer ’69LL.B.: Scholarship Boy: Meditations on Family and Race, Paul Dry Books.

Jordan Blashek ’18JD and Christopher Haugh ’18JD: Union: A Democrat, a Republican, and a Search for Common Ground; Little, Brown, and Company.

Daphne Geismar ’90MFA: Invisible Years: A Family's Collected Account of Separation and Survival during the Holocaust in the Netherlands, David R. Godine.

Elisa Spungen Bildner ’75 and Robert Bildner ’72: The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook: 125 Homegrown Recipes from the Hills of New England, Countryman Press.

Osman Haneef ’11MA, ’11MFA: Blasphemy: The Trial of Danesh Masih, Readomania.

Sam Fleischacker ’82 ’89PhD: Being Me Being You: Adam Smith and Empathy, University of Chicago Press.

Rachel Kauder Nalebuff ’13: Stages: On Dying, Working, and Feeling; Thick Press.

Chavi Eve Karkowsky ’98: High Risk: Stories of Pregnancy, Birth, and the Unexpected; Liveright.

Susan Burton ’95: Empty: A Memoir, Random House.

Cary Cherniss ’72PhD: Leading with Feeling: Nine Strategies of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership, Oxford University Press.

Andy Horowitz ’03, ’09MA, ’12MPhil, ’14PhD: Katrina: A History, 1915-2015; Harvard University Press.

David Litt ’08: Democracy in One Book or Less: How It Works, Why It Doesn't, and Why Fixing It Is Easier Than You Think; Ecco.

Emily Anthes ’05: The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Building Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness; Scientific American/Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Katherine Kinzler ’03: How You Say It: Why You Talk the Way You Do—And What It Says About You, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Brian Smallwood ’13MFA: Productivity Through Wellness for Live Entertainment and Theatre Technicians: Increasing Productivity, Avoiding Burnout, and Maximizing the Value of An Hour, Routledge.

Anna Maria Hong ’89: Fablesque, Tupelo Press.

Mike Foster ’58: A Roving Naturalist: Revealing Nature's Secrets in Nearby Places, Mike Foster.

Thomas Daniel ’51: Nancy: A Physician's Tale, Daniel & Daniel Publishers.

Ann Vileisis ’89: Abalone: The Remarkable History and Uncertain Future of California's Iconic Shellfish, Oregon State University Press.

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