|Jim Molloy ’72
The Grammar You Missed in High School
Outskirts Press, 2018.
This textbook for journalists provides fundamental instruction in all aspects of standard English to improve composition.
|Jordan Sher ’77
Our Neighbors, Their Voices: True Stories of Immigrant Exodus
Kindle Direct Publishing, 2019.
The author has interviewed 14 people who have come to America from various countries as a result of one of the pressures that immigrants confront. The exodus from their countries of origin will bring readers into their harrowing journeys. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to an organization that supports refugees.
|Glenn Searfoss ’81
Cycles of Norse Mythology
Acorn Books, 2019.
This lyrical re-imagining of Norse myths presents the gripping adventures of Norse gods and their foes to delight modern readers of all ages.
|Dan Witmer ’82 M’87
And Piles To Go Before I Sleep: The Book of Wit
Dan Witmer, 2018.
This memoir captures the stories of Dan Witmer, who taught English at Hannibal (N.Y.) High School for 33 years, as well as coaching sports at the high school and SUNY Oswego.
|John Gray ’85
Paraclete Press, 2019.
A book for children of all ages, Keller’s Heart tells the story of a blind and deaf dog that steals the heart of a deaf girl.
|Barbara Kavovit ’87
Heels of Steel
MIRA Books, 2019.
Bronx-born Bridget Steele is a scrappy and determined young woman who fights her way into the good old boys club and builds one of the largest and most successful construction companies in New York City, only to get a shot at building one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city.
|Barbara Horton O’Rourke ’87
writing as Barb Shadow
Shifting To Black
From The Shadows Publishing, 2018.
In this sequel to A Step Into Darkness, this paranormal thriller takes readers to New Castle Asylum, where dark forces challenge ghost hunters.
|Kimberly J. Lamay Licursi ’91
Remembering World War I in America
University of Nebraska Press, 2018.
This book explores the American public’s collective memory and common perceptions of World War I.
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